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How can I fix the error, "waiting for available sockets" in Google Chrome?

How to fix error, “waiting for available sockets” in Google ChromeWaiting for available sockets error on chrome basically happens due to overload images and data saved on chrome.Cookies and images saved on chrome once gets in huge it creates this error.Solution for How to fix error, "waiting for available sockets" in Google Chrome is very easy just open previous this url and follow the steps.Whenever we do open any site it saves some cookies and images as temporary on browser.For the time being it reaches into overload and creates available socket error.and it will show in the bottom left corner of the screen.Steps for waiting fixing available socket error in Chrome-Open your google chrome browser.Type ‘ http://chrome://net-internals ‘ into address bar and press Enter.Click here to open direct link- chrome://net-internals/#socketsAvailable SocketsFrom the left top corner menu select sockets option.Available SocketsNow you will get a page where is option ‘Flush Socket Pools’ click on it. It will clean all records.It may help you.

How do you set the image src using jQuery?

It is better to ask this kind of questions in stackoverflow. Regarding your question, here is a great response to it Changing the image source using jQuery

How do you make blinking text in HTML?

There's couple of ways to do that.In the days of old we used text-decoration style to do this

Blinking text

bun not all browsers support that anymore (and for a good reason too).Now there's a simpler way of making things blink.Blinking textBut that doesn't work on all browsers either.If you want to create a blinking text (or item) that works on all (or at least most) browsers, you have to use CSS magic or JavaScript.Let's assume you have a text you want to be blinking.Then you need to add CSS.blink {
-webkit-animation-name: blinker;
-webkit-animation-duration: 1s;
-webkit-animation-timing-function: linear;
-webkit-animation-iteration-count: infinite;

-moz-animation-name: blinker;
-moz-animation-duration: 1s;
-moz-animation-timing-function: linear;
-moz-animation-iteration-count: infinite;

animation-name: blinker;
animation-duration: 1s;
animation-timing-function: linear;
animation-iteration-count: infinite;

@-moz-keyframes blinker {
0% { opacity: 1.0; }
50% { opacity: 0.0; }
100% { opacity: 1.0; }

@-webkit-keyframes blinker {
0% { opacity: 1.0; }
50% { opacity: 0.0; }
100% { opacity: 1.0; }

@keyframes blinker {
0% { opacity: 1.0; }
50% { opacity: 0.0; }
100% { opacity: 1.0; }
}That's... a lot of CSS for so little job don't you think. You can try that at JSFiddleIf you have jQuery enabled in your file, you could use a little jQuery trick called fading.function blinker() {

setInterval(blinker, 1000);That is available at JSFiddle too.

How can you take a screenshot on a laptop?

There are two methods to take a screenshot on WindowsPress the 'PrintScrn' key, the screenshot is copied to your clipboard and you can paste it anywhere relevant.Depending on the keyboard, there are two different ways to take an instant screenshot that will end up in a 'screenshot' folder in 'Pictures'.If the 'PrintScrn' key is the only text on it, then simply pressing the Windows Key + PrintScrn takes a screenshot. If PrintScrn is written in a blue color which matches the 'Fn' key, press Windows key+Fn+PrintScrn for the screenshot.I find the second option very useful, but if I need to take a screenshot so I can immediately add some annotation, I use 'LightShot'. It's available as an app on the Chrome Webstore or as a stand-alone app to install on Windows.

Why won't Java Applets run in my web browser?

Java applets  are small programs that are typically designed to run in a Web browser.   Common applets include math programs, 3D model viewers, and various  types of games.  Since these programs are written in Java, they require a Java compiler, or Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to run.Most computer systems today come with Java pre-installed, which  includes support for Java applets.  However, some applets may contain  code that requires an updated version of Java.  This means they won't  run on computers with older Java installations.  Also, if Java is not installed correctly, some Web browsers may not recognize Java applets.The remedy for both of these problems is to install the latest version of Java.  Fortunately, Java is available as a free download.  Windows and Linux users can get the latest version of Java at Sun Microsystems' Java Downloads page.   Since Java is installed as part of Mac OS X, Mac users can update  their Java installation using the Mac OS X "Software Update" feature.After installing the latest version of Java, you may be asked to restart your computer.  Once your computer restarts, open your Web browser  and try loading the Java applet that wouldn't open before.  It should  be recognized by your browser and will run using the newly installed  Java Virtual Machine.

How do I import my bookmarks from one computer to another?

If you don't want the hassle of creating a chrome/google account and a one off copy will suffice, then you can just export  then import them in the new browser. On your old computer:Export bookmarks from ChromeClick the Chrome menu  on the browser toolbar.Select Bookmark manager.Click the Organize menu in the manager.Select Export bookmarks.Chrome will export your bookmarks as a HTML file, which you can then import into another browser.Save the HTML file onto a USB flash drive and transfer it onto the new computer. On the new computer:Import bookmarks from all other browsersClick the Chrome menu  on the browser toolbar in Google Chrome.Select Bookmark manager.Click the Organize menu in the manager.Select Import bookmarks.Open your saved HTML file.This process is documented here: major browsers have the option to export and import bookmarks/favourites not just from the same browser but between different browsers as well. If you plan on continuing to use the old browser/computer then you should probably use syncing via the google account instead so that it is centralised and changes kept up to date on all your chrome browsers.

How do I make submit button without form?

There are multiple ways to do that but only using JavaScriptYou can create . And in JS you define and capture an onClick event for the same.Exact same step you can also do for SubmitSo in a nutshell, you can make submit button without using form.