On the test, I delete the profile from bigmir.net and I will describe the deletion process:
1) We will enter the profile https://passport.bigmir.net using your login and password.
2) In the profile settings on the right, select “Delete profile” and enter twice the password to confirm the deletion.
Direct link to delete – https://passport.bigmir.net/remove/
After that, all profile data will be deleted after 14 days, during which it can be restored.
If sites have been added to the http://top.bigmir.net/global/ rating, they must be deleted before deleting the profile.
Here is an example of placing AdSense ad units on the AMP-pages of the WordPress site:
1) Add an AMP script in the page code between the head tags that will load the required libraries:
<script async custom-element="amp-ad" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-ad-0.1.js"></script>
If you use the recommended AMP plugin from Automattic, then the head tags are here /wp-content/plugins/amp/templates/html-start.php
2) Create an adaptive ad unit in your AdSense account. Let’s find in its code the identifier of the publisher (for example ca-pub-0066847942845019) and the ad unit ID (for example 1234567890).
Insert the code below into the page where you want to place the ad unit, replacing the value data-ad-client with the previously found publisher ID and data-ad-slot with the ad unit ID:
<amp-ad width="100vw" height=320
If you use the recommended AMP plug-in from Automattic, then the code should be inserted in /wp-content/plugins/amp/templates/single.php.
To delete a Uber account, you must:
1) Open the application
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I tried to run ntopng once:
sudo /etc/init.d/ntopng start
And got the following start error:
* Missing /etc/ntopng/ntopng.start. Quitting
ntopng was started only like this:
sudo /etc/init.d/ntopng force-start
To solve an error, just create an empty file:
sudo touch /etc/ntopng/ntopng.start
sudo /etc/init.d/ntopng restart
Install and configure ntopng
To delete a VK page, you need to login using your login and password, click the upper right of the icon and select “Settings”.
Below, click on the link “You can delete your page”.
Next, you need to select the reason for the deletion, you can uncheck the “Tell your friends” box if you do not want all friends to see the message and the reason for the deletion.
And click “Delete page”.
In my case, a message was displayed that the page was deleted and it can be restored to the specified date (within 7 months).
For the test, I delete the Foursquare account.
First go to the account using your login and password, then click on the user’s icon in the upper right, select “My profile” – “Privacy settings”, in the text we find the link “delete your account” and click on it.
Direct link to delete:
In the opened page, you must specify the reason for the deletion and click “Delete Account”, then enter the password for confirmation.
Different BIOS can give an error in different ways, here are a few options:
CMOS Battery Low
CMOS battery failed
State Battery CMOS Low
CMOS Battery Has Failed
System battery is dead
CMOS Battery State Low
An error is displayed when the computer is turned on and indicates that the battery needed to store BIOS settings is empty.
The solution is to replace the battery. It is also possible to clean the contacts. To do this, you need to remove the battery from the motherboard, check if there are dust on the contacts, if there is a tester, then measure its voltage, it should usually be no lower than 3 volts.
To delete an account on AliExpress, you need to enter into it by entering your login and password, then open “Profile Settings” and on the left in the menu select “Change Settings”.
In the window that opens, click “Deactivate Account”.
Then enter your email in the line “Enter your username:”, type “Deactivate my account” below, then specify the reason for deactivation and click “Deactivate my account”.
After that, the account will be inactive, but you can reactivate it if you want.
To make a bootable USB flash drive with Debian, perform several actions:
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