Category: AskMeCode

  • How I Use Google AppSheets to Run My Business

    A few days ago I was chatting with a friend about the many ways I utilize Google AppSheets to run my business. This led me to write this blog post and share with you some of the ways you can use Google AppSheets for yourself. Part of the beauty of Google AppSheets is that it’s […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Coding a Blog Website

    The Ultimate Guide to Coding a Blog Website: Learn how to code a blog website step by step. In this tutorial, you will learn how to build a blog website from scratch with HTML and CSS. This is the first lesson of the series “The Ultimate Guide to Coding a Blog Website” where you will […]

  • Your First Program in Visual Basic (2010)

    In this tutorial you will learn how to program your very first visual basic program. It’s not so hard as you may think, it is actually quite simple. The first thing you will want to do is open Visual Basic (2010). You will see a screen that looks something like this: http://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/5/5a/Pics.jpg/v4-728px-Pics.jpg This is a […]

  • No Credit Check Loans For The Self-Employed

    No Credit Check Loans For The Self-Employed: A blog about self employed loans and the best lenders. Self employed people often have a hard time getting approved for an auto loan, especially if they are just starting out. The problem isn’t necessarily the lack of income, but rather the lack of an employment history. The […]

  • The Best Way to Approach an Error Message on Your Computer

    Sometimes computers can be very frustrating when you come across an error message, and you don’t know what it means or why it happened. I’m here to help you with these messages and tell you the best way to approach them. If you have a problem with your computer and need to fix it, you […]

  • Virtual Credit Card Numbers, Your Portal To An Online Shopping Wonderland

    Have you ever ordered something online and then had a pop-up window appear that asks if you want to save your credit card information for future purchases? If you say “yes,” then the next time you go shopping on that website, you won’t have to enter in your credit card number and address. All of […]

  • Latex Code 101

    This is where latex comes in handy. It is a typesetting system specially made for mathematics. The only downside of it is that it requires a bit of learning to get used to the way of writing things. Latex allows you to write equations very quickly and with ease, and you can easily format equations […]

  • What is a “factorial program” and what are the related Java functions?

    Hi, I’m new to Java and I’m trying to write a program that calculates the factorial of an integer. Any help would be great. Thanks, P.S. What is a “factorial program” and what are the related Java functions? Factorial is a mathematical operation, denoted by an exclamation point (!), that stands for the product of […]

  • top 3 code exporting tools

    In this blog post I will discuss the top 3 code exporting tools: 1. ExportDocs – This tool allows you to export all files that are currently opened in your IDE. This is great when you are working on a large project and you want to quickly zip up all your files without searching for […]

  • How To Unminify Your CSS Files

    How To Unminify Your CSS Files: A post about using a service for minifying your CSS files. Why You Should Be Minifying Your CSS, JavaScript and HTML: A post about the benefits of minifying your CSS files. How to Minify Your CSS with PHP: A post about minifying your CSS files with PHP. How To […]