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Do you experience lately in blogger post where thumbnail pics are gone missing? If yes then, you are not alone. Many users have been facing the same issues already since last week. We advice that you don't change anything in your template or make a bit drastic action becuase there's seem a new bug  in blogger platform.

 
The root of the problem according to Livewithg is blogger automatically inserts "s" on the image source http. 

So, to solve the issue follow these steps (this perfectly works on my other blog!):

  • Open up the post for editing that is missing a thumbnail.
  • Near the top left of the post editor, you’ll notice there’s a switcher. Click “HTML”.  You will now see the raw HTML version of your post.
  • Now find the image that you have uploaded (it should usually be the first one). And replace https:// with http:// (remove the s). Make sure to do it after the src=" tag. The same URL may also show up after href=" tag, you don’t have to worry about that. Just make sure src="https:// is replaced with src="http://.
  • Cick Update to publish the changes.
  • Now go visit your homepage. Do a hard refresh (Control + F5 or Shift +F5) to clear any caches. You should be seeing the thumbnail now.

[Source : Livewithg]

If you had noticed blogger post preview also gets broken when uses https url encryption.

According to Mashable post, the main purpose of HTTPS encryption to is provide benefits like confidentiality, integrity and identity. Your information remains confidential from prying eyes because only your browser and the server can decrypt the traffic. Integrity protects the data from being modified without your knowledge. 

Do you think this post help you? Please drop a comment a below.ty



Congratulations to the new batch of PhilNITS passers!




Fundamental Information Technology Engineer Examination (FE)

Examination Date: October 26, 2014
Seq by Examinee # and Name
  1. FE01-0167      abantao michael allan morong
  2. FE01-0107      abanto ranel john esguerra
  3. FE01-0093      abellanosa james paul calulut
  4. FE01-0027      acer ernie ebido
  5. FE02-0020      aguipo ederlyn limpiado
  6. FE02-0070      alegre maan kyra sarail
  7. FE01-0203      alvarez carlo guevarra
  8. FE01-0197      anatalio alyssa nicole masangkay
  9. FE01-0110      ang jan-otaner lacanilao
  10. FE01-0211      aninao angela cherie garingalao
  11. FE02-0042      apor andrey saberon
  12. FE01-0052      arce rocky daven laddaran
  13. FE01-0022      arquiza karen lazaro
  14. FE02-0089      artiaga resty louis feniza
  15. FE01-0158      atienza mishael paul dumlao
  16. FE01-0029      atienza paul henry atilano
  17. FE02-0096      balane arnelle calape 
  18. FE01-0008      balucan joseph ian salvador
  19. FE03-0011      banawan marielle pacifico
  20. FE02-0043      baroa louise miguel lopez
  21. FE01-0183      barretto lady toni altoveros
  22. FE02-0100      bato-on enrique arsenal 
  23. FE01-0096      belen erwin fule
  24. FE01-0190      belga albert ryan lim
  25. FE01-0169      bonilla eulogio iii holgado
  26. FE01-0055      boydon mark oliver victorio
  27. FE01-0100      brofar anna clarisse calalang
  28. FE03-0013      buladaco mark van merca
  29. FE03-0006      cabrera jonathan salar
  30. FE02-0039      cabrillos john lehmar camarangga
  31. FE01-0129      carlos roland nicholad gabriel espritu
  32. FE02-0036      casas cristilito bru
  33. FE01-0122      castillo filomeno ignacio iii canto
  34. FE01-0112      castillo reinald binuluan
  35. FE02-0092      cayobit lauritzkean eric primer
  36. FE01-0186      centeno eloffer jehson elomina
  37. FE01-0078      chan charmaine kaye go
  38. FE01-0041      chan francis alexis lim
  39. FE01-0156      chang joanna tan
  40. FE01-0039      chiu darren tan
  41. FE01-0001      chua kim benedict torres
  42. FE01-0181      cinco luis antonio bustamante
  43. FE01-0011      contento eden dimaculangan 
  44. FE05-0008      cordero kenver rosales
  45. FE01-0091      cruz ma araceli pauline calalang
  46. FE01-0026      cruz virgil bennet avedillo
  47. FE01-0059      cullano rodel archie mayor
  48. FE01-0099     de guzman john martin mercado
  49. FE01-0124     de luna ian emmanuel carandang
  50. FE01-0192     dela cruz marvin jay ramosm
  51. FE01-0015     deola frederick ayco
  52. FE01-0143     dizon ma vanessa portuguez
  53. FE02-0005     doysabas ester marie gom-os
  54. FE01-0136     duremdes lenny joie ticao
  55. FE08-0002     esguerra john richard masilang
  56. FE02-0045     famulagan marie tonie nuñez
  57. FE03-0012     flores brian pangandoyan
  58. FE03-0001     francinilla jim adrian dangoy
  59. FE01-0126     gatbonton cristina amor corpuz
  60. FE02-0028     giva gervel elcarte
  61. FE01-0177     gonzales vanessa de la cruz
  62. FE01-0108     gutierrez francis albert espinase
  63. FE01-0140     herber thomas jeffrey malit
  64. FE01-0054     jala jonah katrina toscano
  65. FE02-0016     jinon joni patrick anuales
  66. FE01-0214     juat wesley mendoza
  67. FE02-0010     jumao-as jade gabiana
  68. FE02-0084     labian paulinko kiel bernadit
  69. FE05-0016     lagarto jarenne jae llorente
  70. FE01-0074     laroya reinier concepcion
  71. FE01-0138     layug karlo paolo patawaran
  72. FE01-0216     ledda roel orodio
  73. FE01-0013     leonor charles timothy del rosario
  74. FE02-0082     lim erwin jason chua
  75. FE05-0007     lipayon jerwin indic
  76. FE02-0040     lodovice emmanuel tanduyan
  77. FE01-0130     lucas shawn anthony centeno
  78. FE01-0076     macam francis jan paderon
  79. FE01-0042     magno sherwin sy
  80. FE01-0137     manay dennis alvin jose
  81. FE01-0116     maniago jonathan rosales
  82. FE01-0188     manzano baron gerarld san diego
  83. FE01-0205     maranan edita irene suliguin
  84. FE01-0174     maravilla jr reynaldo gidal
  85. FE01-0106     marpa daniel rowel gonzales
  86. FE01-0165     mohl david andreas
  87. FE01-0082     montalbo bermie lyn quitong
  88. FE02-0098     montesclaros vincent utlang
  89. FE02-0026     mugot marijan luvlee cuaresma
  90. FE02-0035     obligado paul titus candawa
  91. FE01-0087     ong darwin adrian noceja
  92. FE01-0206     ong evan lee fletcher olarte
  93. FE02-0037     pacatang randy paglinawan
  94. FE01-0031     pailma jonas patrick igoy
  95. FE01-0088     palacpac allan frederick paloma
  96. FE01-0105     paras camille anne sanchez
  97. FE01-0182     parrenas alexis paulo fontanilla
  98. FE01-0034     parrocha andrea victoria famisaran
  99. FE01-0046     pascual anatoly michael magpantay
  100. FE01-0005     perillo marlon bayaras
  101. FE01-0077     plopinio dan tande
  102. FE01-0098     poh lik meng desmond
  103. FE04-0005     radana yero antonio raterta
  104. FE01-0050     ramos arman james delgado
  105. FE01-0101     ramos elaine valerie elnar
  106. FE02-0048     rances tedora monique marie baladya
  107. FE01-0089     ravara ron jason jamin
  108. FE01-0102     realuyo carlo raphael delas cagigas
  109. FE01-0133     ronquillo jeffrey bobis
  110. FE01-0117     sarcia armin tabing
  111. FE02-0006     sepe maurice james balase
  112. FE01-0172     silvestre jonathan inocencio
  113. FE02-0056     solera jeremy montenegro
  114. FE01-0072     soria fred jacob buncab
  115. FE01-0135     suamen christine duhaylungsod
  116. FE01-0085     sy christopher jonathan pasion
  117. FE01-0118     sy jeremy chua
  118. FE01-0179     tagupa karl ian namoc
  119. FE01-0040     tan andrew edwell yu
  120. FE01-0019     tan charles carlos
  121. FE02-0024     tangalin christopher john mandap
  122. FE01-0153     torio richville velasco
  123. FE02-0017     torrion ava joy sabana
  124. FE03-0004     tumulak christine jane sator
  125. FE01-0141     ty patrick shuster gabionza
  126. FE01-0036     uy diana rose batac
  127. FE02-0027     uy dione marcian caayon
  128. FE01-0066     valdez arvin jay ballesteros
  129. FE01-0084     valiente jill kristine golucino
  130. FE01-0104     vicente aizer dwane dasalla
  131. FE02-0065     villacorta joseph vincent indig
  132. FE01-0007     villanueva jan renee angeles
  133. FE01-0014     villar eugene alvin sandiego
  134. FE01-0018     viloria raymond balmaceda
  135. FE01-0128     vitug maria-eriela gue
  136. FE01-0049     yabut martin daniel dela cruz
  137. FE01-0191     yap vincent ching
  138. FE02-0054     ybañez jean paul pomasin
Applied Information Technology Engineer Examination (AP) Passers
Examination Date: October 26, 2014
Seq by Examinee # and Name
  1. AP01-0026     arce ralph justin cala
  2. AP02-0012     baring herschel clyde orbeta
  3. AP01-0037     cimatu arthur fernandez
  4. AP01-0025     cruz kristan gabriel balagtas
  5. AP01-0010     evangelista juan alberto de guzman
  6. AP01-0022     fajardo john paul franco
  7. AP01-0021     millare barry rosales
  8. AP01-0047     sabulao edsel conrad villareal
  9. AP01-0007     sumulong francis david villanueva
  10. AP02-0017     santiago jake laurence pat
  11. AP01-0019     tittel hans jurgen jr cruz


The Philippine National I.T. Standards (PhilNITS) Foundation, Inc. formerly known as the Japanese I.T. Standards Exams of the Philippines (JITSE-Phil) Foundation, Inc., is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization that is implementing an I.T Certification Program from I.T. standards adopted from Japan, with the support of the Department of Trade & industry (DTI) of the Philippines and the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI) of Japan.

PhilNITS Notice to Passers:
  • For exam passers, please check your name for any errors in spelling as this will appear on your certificate.

  • PhilNITS will not entertain requests for scores. Everybody's score will be sent via email or snail mail, passing is 600 points for am, 600 points for pm.
  • If you have not received anything from PhilNITS by end of December 2012, contact PhilNits office, your address could be wrong in our database.
  • For company sponsored examinees and scholars, your scores will be sent to your respective companies/sponsors.

  • Those who failed in either the AM or PM part of the FE exam have 1 year from date of exam to pass. So take the removal exam either on April or October, this means 2 chances to pass.




The Philippine Information Agency or PIA finally revamps their website, making it more responsive when viewed through mobile devices and desktops . It has a clean grid layout with professional-looking posts categories, top navigation menus, single sidebar and various government agencies links under.

PIA Website Upgrade to Responsive Design
Mobile View of  http://pia.gov.ph/
The Philippine Information Agency was created in 1986 by virtue of Executive Order 100 signed by former President Corazon C. Aquino to respond to the information needs of the citizenry and assists other government agencies in carrying out their communication and information projects.

Currently, PIA has sixteen (16) regional offices and seventy-one (71) provincial information centers nationwide.

Meanwhile, the Social Security System also improved their online portal allowing members to transact online more conveniently.


AVAST Software had released in advance the Avast Antivirus 2015 which can be now downloaded for free. Boasting the package of best antivirus and anti-malware protection, the ability to remove annoying browser toolbars, one-click scanning for malware, updates, network security, and PC performance, and the world’s first home network scanner.



Home network scanner
Avast identified a growing area of insecurity close to home (actually right in your home!): Your home Wi-Fi network. Easily hacked passwords make home routers an effortless entry point for hackers or even free-loading neighbors. Avast 2015 security solutions include the first-ever home network scanner, which will help you prevent hacker attacks on your router and network.

One-click Smart Scan

To help simplify device security for your family, Avast 2015 now allows you to use a one-click smart scan to scan for hacker threats, software that needs to be updated, your home network security, and your PC‘s operating status.

Unique cleanup and updater features

One of the weakest links in people’s security is out-of-date software. Hackers take advantage of old software, but it’s actually one of the simplest areas to defend. With the improved Avast Software Updater, you are notified when there is a patch or update to the software you’re running – regardless of who it’s from.

PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) like toolbars and search resets are not only annoying; they’re dangerous. They collect information distributed to advertisers or anyone willing to pay for it. The improved Avast Browser Cleanup removes annoying toolbars and search settings, allowing you to choose the settings you want and accelerate PC performance.




Additional protection includes an added buffer with hardware-assisted virtualization, creating a virtual “test area” to automatically analyze suspicious items. PUP (potentially unwanted programs) detection identifies programs users may not have intended to install, giving them the option to remove them to accelerate PC performance.


The Avast 2015 security solution is available in four variations for home use—Avast Free Antivirus, Avast Pro Antivirus, Avast Internet Security, and Avast Premier—and in 45 languages. Avast also provides world-class protection for businesses and mobile devices. Visit www.avast.com to learn more and download.



Are you thinking of starting an IT business? Then this seminar is for you!

We are pleased to inform you that the ICT Davao, Davao United Association of Animators and Designers (DUAAD) and the Startup Davao will be hosting the Davao BizStart 2014 as one of the official side event of the Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines – East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) and the Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand – Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) Trade Fair and Business Leaders’ Conference 2014 slated on 25 October 2014 at SMX Convention Center, SM Lanang Premier, Davao City.

According to NewDeskAsia, the organizers are targeting 500 students, bloggers, media, and business professionals to participate in the BizStart Davao 2014.


Since its inception in 2011, DARE BizStart has been structured as a platform for startups. Founded by MAD Incubator from Malaysia, the DARE BizStart platform has continuously aimed to promote the entrepreneurial mindset by bringing potential entrepreneurs closer to the resources they need such as collaborators, suppliers and prospects.

It is poised to be the one stop platform for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs to obtain the latest information, knowledge, skills, expanding their networks and looking for business opportunities in the creative industry.

Speakers include Lizabel Holganza, the president of the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines; Mr. Darwin Tan, chairperson of the BIMP-EAGA ICT CEO Forum; and Pengiran Sarimah Pg Hj Abd Latiff, the head of ICT of the BIMP-EAGA Business Council TIICTD Cluster.
Topics include Starting a Graphic Design Business, Game Development and Animation, User Experience Design, Branding and Social Media, and Resource Funding for Startups.

To register for BizStart Davao 2014, visit bizstartdavao2014.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact Ms. Angel Abella, co-organizer of BizStart Davao 2014 at 0927-428-1585 or 0922-212-9696.

-PR-


Looking for a place to buy computers and IT products in Tacurong City? We made this list for you!

Most of these retailers/shops are just along the highway and can be located easily without a minute.If you're a tourist you can ask the locals or a trike driver or inquire them through phone.

Below is the list computer shops you can find in Tacurong City:

DigiTech Solutions & General Merchandise
Address: Caritas Bldg, National Highway, Tacurong City
Contact #s: 0932-880-806
Opens Mon to Sat : 9AM to 5AM
Deals desktop, laptops, netbooks, notebooks and tablets


Photo courtesy of Panoramio.com

EMCOR Incorporated - Tacurong Branch
Address: EMCOR Building, National Highway, Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat ?
Contact #s: (064) 200 3057
Website: emcor.com.ph


AJ Softdrive Computer Studio & Electronics Store
Address: ND Centrum 1 (Lapu Lapu Street), 9800 City of Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines
Contac #s: +63 64 200 5140
Dealer of brand new computers, laptops, printers, ink and other IT products. We also deal software development & installation.



Frebros Technology
Address: Notre Dame Centrum 2, National Highway,Tacurong City
Contact #s: +63 64 200 5274
Opens Everyday from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
FB:https://www.facebook.com/FrebrosTechnology
Sells notebooks, laptops, CCTVs, photocopiers,computer peripherals

JNC Computer & Cellphone Center
Address: Isulan-tacurong City Road, Tacurong City, Philippines ( Beside Fitmart Mall)
Contact #s: +63 64 200 514

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Also Check : list of Computer Stores in Davao City
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Your business is not in our list? Contact us and we will include you here for free!


The Social Security System or SSS has launched its enhanced website that allows SSS members
and employers exclusive access to their social security records and to submit transactions
online.

To access the SSS Website go to: www.sss.gov.ph  and register at My.SSS portal.

Through the My.SSS portal of the enhanced SSS Website, you can submit salary loan applications and maternity notifications online, view and print your social security records, set appointments with your servicing branch and download forms. If you are an employer, you can view and download your employer records and submit transaction reports online.And if you are also a household employer, you can use the My.SSS portal to submit the collection list of your househelper/s.


The SSS provided a PDF handbook as your guide for registration: https://ww2.sss.gov.ph/sss/DownloadContent?fileName=SSSForm_MySSS_Brochure.pdf

Registration Email Validation Error
I don't the online account yet so, I decided to register.The first form where you're going to put up your SSS number, name, email address goes through for me and I check my inbox for the confirmation email. I got the email however, when I proceed with the confirmation link this error message surprise me:
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Error 404--Not Found
From RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1:
10.4.5 404 Not Found

The server has not found anything matching the Request-URI. No indication is given of whether the condition is temporary or permanent.

If the server does not wish to make this information available to the client, the status code 403 (Forbidden) can be used instead. The 410 (Gone) status code SHOULD be used if the server knows, through some internally configurable mechanism, that an old resource is permanently unavailable and has no forwarding address.
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I don't know what's exactly the problem but I guess its technical.Hopefully, SSS will fix it soon so we members could start transacting online conveniently.