INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Watch For IRS Tax-Related Scams
You're Invited To Play Polar March Mania!
Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards
This Month's FAQ
What Does "404 Page Not Found" Mean?
Sites Of The Month
Great Sites To Check Out In March
Two To View
A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
How To Print Only A Section Of A Webpage
Greetings from Polar's E-Connections Team
It's time to march into spring and this March issue gives you plenty of ideas to explore as you move through the month. Since we don't want scammers to take you on a detour, we include a warning about tax-related scams and share valuable tips to help keep your identity safe. You'll also find helpful tips about the "404 Page Not Found" message and how to save on your printing costs.
Just for fun, check out the Pinterest pins, videos, and websites we've selected for you. They feature lots of fresh ideas for your spring activities, whether it's cooking something new, sprucing up your home, or planning your vegetable garden.
The goal of each of our eNewsletters is to keep our subscribers informed regarding their Internet connection and to improve their Internet experience. We think you'll find this information interesting.
To see what's inside this issue, simply scroll down the eNewsletter or click on the links within the index to the left. Thanks for reading!
- The E-Connections Team
You are invited to have some fun with this free contest! Simply make your picks for the upcoming NCAA Men's Basketball championship tournament games and fill out your bracket. Some lucky March Mania participants will be winning some great prizes – it could be you!
Question: Sometimes when I try to visit a website, I get a message that says something like, "404 Page Not Found." What does this mean and what should I do next?
Answer: This error message means the page corresponding to the URL you entered cannot be found on the site's server. It's possible the page no longer exists or that there is an error in the URL you entered. To rule out the second possibility, check the URL carefully to ensure you didn't mistype. If it seems accurate, try these steps:
To save on paper and ink, you may sometimes want to print just a portion of a webpage rather than the whole thing including the ads, comments, etc. After all, what's the point of printing extra pages that just end up in the trash?
Here's how to print only a portion of a webpage:
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