Alexander's Web Site

The Number One Site Regarding Computers!


Since I am continously updating my web site I recommend either writing down the address or adding a bookmark to my site.

Click on Add Bookmarks in the Bookmarks menu if you are using Netscape Navigator.
Or click on Add to Favorites under the Favorites menu if you use Internet Explorer.


I am planning to make this web site a very informative web site when it comes to computers.
Hopefully you'll agree...


    Firstly a few words of advice:

  1. What can go wrong will go wrong when you least want it to go wrong! (It's the same law for computers!)
  2. Don't be afraid to experiment with your computer! Otherwise you'll never learn anything!
  3. Always remember to back up any important data! You'll never know when your computer will crash! (See tip number two).
  4. If something does go wrong, or you need advice or an internet web page then click here.

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E-mail: hacksta@alphalink.com.au

King Materials Handling is looking for distributors in the US, UK and Australia for their New Multi Purpose Drum Trolley.
If you or someone else you know may be interested in how King Materials Handling can solve your materials handling problems then click here.


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If you are looking for backgrounds, images, dividers or animated GIFs to enhance your web site then I recommend visiting the site: http://www.nzwwa.com:80/mirror/clipart/index.html.

This site uses: JavaScript! the power of JavaScript to enhance this web page!

The site http://rummelplatz.uni-mannheim.de/~skoch/js/script.htm contains a very good tutorial to learn JavaScript. I would strongly recommend reading it if you want to learn how to use JavaScript. You can also click on the image above to connect to the site. http://home.netscape.com also contains a comprehensive list of JavaScript commands.

I strongly recommend using Netscape Navigator to browse the world wide web!
My tips and tricks section explains my reasons.


Last Updated: April 1997