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  2. Update AOL Mail settings - AOL Help

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    • Rich Text/HTMLCreate a signature and enable Rich Text/HTML editing to use your preferred font and color. • Display Name – Enter the name you want displayed when you send an email. • Sending – Choose how you want your sent messages checked: • Select if you want messages checked for spelling before sending.

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  4. HTTP+HTML form-based authentication - Wikipedia

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    An unauthenticated user agent requests a web page from a website, via the HTTP protocol. The website returns an HTML web page to the unauthenticated user agent. The web page consists minimally of an HTML-based web form which prompts the user for their username and password, along with a button labeled "login" or "submit".

  5. Wikipedia:How to create a page - Wikipedia

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    This page sets forth the nuts and bolts of creating a page in any namespace – the mechanics of doing so. Please note that only logged in users can create pages in non-talk namespaces. This page does not delve into the reasons one should or should not create a page, what to consider before doing so, nor what content would or would not be ...

  6. HTML - Wikipedia

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    The text between < html > and </ html > describes the web page, and the text between < body > and </ body > is the visible page content. The markup text < title > This is a title </ title > defines the browser page title shown on browser tabs and window titles, and the tag < div > defines a division of the page used for easy styling.

  7. Login - Wikipedia

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    A login page may have a return URL parameter, which specifies where to redirect back after logging in or out. For example, it is returnto= on this site. In the case of websites that use cookies to track sessions, when the user logs out, session-only cookies from that site will usually be deleted from the user's computer.

  8. Wikipedia:AutoWikiBrowser/User manual - Wikipedia

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    HTML Scraper — Gets a list of page titles from the URL provided in the URL box. When Make List is pressed, AutoWikiBrowser lists all the lines from the source code of the provided URL and considers each line as a page. HTML Scraper (advanced regex) — Gets a list of page titles from an HTML page. After pressing Make List a box pops up where ...