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It could be as simple as requiring your IP address to be whitelisted. I had an issue where I had difficulty getting into the Azure hosting with the credentials I had been given. It was suggested to get my IP address whitelisted as using the SFTP is an extremely secure platform. What do you know, it worked. Up until recently I had been accessing and working in the Azure hosting account, then a few weeks ago I went back in to upload more files and, nope not letting you in. After pulling my hair out, not that I have much, and doing the yoyo effect being sent from web developer to web host administrator back and forth

What the heck! What's with the font size man? Ever gone to reply to an email and all you see is this? Words so small even an ant would have trouble reading! Not to mention really frustrating, as everything you think of trying just isn't working? Well, here is what should be a quick and very easy fix - correct your Zoom back to 100%. Locate the Zoom icon in your ribbon Click on the Zoom icon and select 100% from the open window then click OK. Yes it's that easy!   Thanks for taking the time to read. If you enjoyed this helpful resource don’t forget to show your appreciation by sharing. Click on one of the social links below to share and help to make me famous.

Most users of technology wouldn’t know the difference between a USB cable and a HDMI cable, so I’ve prepared this quick go-to-guide whenever you want to know what cable to ask for – so you at least sound like you know what you’re talking about.   Visual Guide to Computer Cables and Connectors USB Cables and Connectors What does USB stand for? Universal Serial Bus – a type of computer port which can be used to connect equipment to a computer. USB cables are used to connect most new devices to your computer including modems, digital cameras, memory sticks (flash drives) and portable media players. Computer peripherals, accessories, like keyboards, mouse, web cams, portable hard-drives, printers, speakers, etc. can also be connected to the computer through USB ports. Also used to connect to a power source. The standard USB connector is a USB-A and is present on every USB cable – this is the end that connects to your computer. The other end of the USB cable can have many different connectors, here are a few: USB Type-A: The standard USB cable. Present on one end of every USB cable, unless it is a USB 3.0 (which looks similar, but is used for faster data transfer)   USB Type-B: One of