Payoneer:Best International Online Payment Processor -Review

Payoneer is a global online payment service provider for cost effect payment in more than 200 countries worldwide which provides international wire transfers, online payments, and prepaid master card service for freelancers, publishers and online affiliates. It provides own US and UK virtual checking bank account where you can directly receive payments from world wide and you will not need to convert money on your local bank account in local currency or can withdraw cash form any ATM or POS worldwide with taking lowest fees.
Payoneer:Best International Online Payment Processor -Review

Who Will Get Benefited


If you are online freelancer and delivering different services through online freelancing sites like upwork, guru, freelancer, fiverr, people per hour, 99designs etc. can receive your earnings through payoneer account. A single account works for all sites to receive the payment, once you have registered can connect all of them on your payoneer account. Publishers of any blog or website, online affiliates and other online marketers  can also be benefited with receiving payments from mass payout companies or requesting for payment  personally.

Who Uses This Service


Following of your trusted freelancing company, online publishing networks and affiliate networks along with other thousands of company and services accepts payments from payoneer.
  1. People Per Hour
  2. PopAds
  3. Guru.com
  4. PropellerAds 
  5. 99designs
  6. Amazon.com
  7. Avangate
  8. Elance
  9. Fiverr
  10. GoDaddy.com
  11. Inforlinks
  12. Linkshare
  13. Upwork
  14. ShareASale.com
  15. Taboola

Main Features and Benefits


You will get the following main features and benefits of  while using Payoneer as your online payment processor service.
  1. You will get easy to use and reliable payment system for getting payments from the US and EU company.
  2. There is no bank accounts needed, you wiill get your own US and UK virtual checking bank account.
  3. You will get payments from different ad networks and affiliate networks easily.
  4. It automatically converts to another currency while shopping or withdrawing from your local bank or ATM.
  5. You can send and receive payment globally with low monthly fee.
  6. It also allows transaction between payoneer accounts with a free of charge.
  7. You don't need to convert your currency, you will get money on your local bank account in local currency automatically.
  8. You will get payoneer prepaid mastercard to withdraw cash from any ATM worldwide.
  9. There are different apps for android and apple to check account balance. 
  10. You can load money from local bank to payoneer account.
  11. There are different payment options are available i.e. deposit to local bank account, master card and wire transfer etc.
  12. You can verify paypal, skrill and payza account with payoneer prepaid mastercard.
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Behind The Scenes Of The World’s Best Casino Games

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Solved MCQ of Database Management System (DBMS) Set - 2

This set of  Solved Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) on Database Management System (DBMS) includes objective questions on database Normalization, Data Definition Language (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML) and Data Control Language (DCL).

1. The candidate key is that you choose to identify each row uniquely is called ……………..
A) Alternate Key
B) Primary Key
C) Foreign Key
D) None of the above

2. …………….. is used to determine whether of a table contains duplicate rows.
A) Unique predicate
B) Like Predicate
C) Null predicate
D) In predicate

3. To eliminate duplicate rows ……………… is used
A) NODUPLICATE
B) ELIMINATE
C) DISTINCT
D) None of these

4. State true or false
i) A candidate key is a minimal super key.
ii) A candidate key can also refer to as surrogate key.
A) i-true, ii-false
B) i-false, ii-true
C) i-true, ii-true
D) i-false, ii-false

5. DCL stands for
A) Data Control Language
B) Data Console Language
C) Data Console Level
D) Data Control Level

6. …………………… is the process of organizing data into related tables.
A) Normalization
B) Generalization
C) Specialization
D) None of the above

7. A ………………. Does not have a distinguishing attribute if its own and mostly are dependent entities, which are part of some another entity.
A) Weak entity
B) Strong entity
C) Non attributes entity
D) Dependent entity

8. …………….. is the complex search criteria in the where clause.
A) Sub string
B) Drop Table
C) Predict
D) Predicate

9. ………………… is preferred method for enforcing data integrity
A) Constraints
B) Stored Procedure
C) Triggers
D) Cursors

10. The number of tuples in a relation is called its …………. While the number of attributes in a relation is called it’s ………………..
A) Degree, Cardinality
B) Cardinality, Degree
C) Rows, Columns
D) Columns, Rows

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Solved MCQ of Database Management System (DBMS) Set - 1

Here are the collections of top 20 Multiple Choice Questions on Database Management System (DBMS) includes questions of definition of DBMS, Data Flow Diagram (DFD) along with about SQL functions and commands.

1. DBMS is a collection of ………….. that enables user to create and maintain a database.
A) Keys
B) Translators
C) Program
D) Language Activity

2. In a relational schema, each tuple is divided into fields called
A) Relations
B) Domains
C) Queries
D) All of the above

3. In an ER model, ……………. is described in the database by storing its data.
A) Entity
B) Attribute
C) Relationship
D) Notation

4. DFD stands for
A) Data Flow Document
B) Data File Diagram
C) Data Flow Diagram
D) Non of the above

5. A top-to-bottom relationship among the items in a database is established by a
A) Hierarchical schema
B) Network schema
C) Relational Schema
D) All of the above

6. ……………… table store information about database or about the system.
A) SQL
B) Nested
C) System
D) None of these

7. …………..defines the structure of a relation which consists of a fixed set of attribute-domain pairs.
A) Instance
B) Schema
C) Program
D) Super Key

8. ……………… clause is an additional filter that is applied to the result.
A) Select
B) Group-by
C) Having
D) Order by

9. A logical schema
A) is the entire database
B) is a standard way of organizing information into accessible parts.
C) Describes how data is actually stored on disk.
D) All of the above

10. ………………… is a full form of SQL.
A) Standard query language
B) Sequential query language
C) Structured query language
D) Server side query language
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How To Fill Gradient Color On HTML5 Canvas Shapes

In the previous post, you have learned about drawing shapes with HTML5 canvas. You have also learned how to fill CSS colors on the shapes by setting the fill color property. Along with the CSS color values, you can also set the fill color to a gradient object. 

There are two ways for creating gradient colors one is linear gradient and another radial gradient. Linear gradient can be created using context.createLinearGradient() function and radial gradient can be created using context.createRadialGradient() function. 

Creating Linear Gradient on HTML5 Canvas


Linear gradient can be created using the create linear gradient (x1, y1, x2, y2) method where x1, y1 is the starting point and x2, y2 is the ending point of linear gradient. Here the gradient color is positioned at 10, 10 and set to go 200 pixels in both directions. 

var lgc = context.createLinearGradient(10,10,200,200);

Now, the gradient colors are added using the addColorStop() method, which specifies a color and offset position in the gradient where the color should occur. The offset value lies between 0 and 1.

lgc.addColorStop(0, "#00aaff");
lgc.addColorStop(0.5, "#aaff00");
lgc.addColorStop(1, "#ff00aa");

Following is a complete code followed by a visual preview, which draws a rectangle along with filling the gradient colors. Here the fillcolor is set to the gradient color using context.fillStyle=lgc; which are added using addColorStop() method.   

<script type="text/javascript">
window.onload=function() {
var canvas=document.getElementById("canvas");
var context=canvas.getContext("2d");
var lgc=context.createLinearGradient(10, 10, 200, 200)

lgc.addColorStop(0, "#00aaff");
lgc.addColorStop(0.5, "#aaff00");
lgc.addColorStop(1, "#ff00aa");

context.fillStyle=lgc;
context.beginPath();
context.rect(10,10,200,200);
context.fill();
}
</script>

<canvas height="200" id="canvas" width="200">
<b>Canvas Not Supported By This Browser</b>
</canvas>

Canvas Not Supported By This Browser

Creating Radial Gradient on HTML5 Canvas


You can create radial gradient using createRadialGradient(x1, y1, r1, x2, y2, r2) method which sets the position and radius of two circles to give the gradient color. Here the gradient color is positioned at 150, 150 and set to go 40 and 100 pixels from center in two circles.

var rgc=context2.createRadialGradient(150, 150,100,150,150,40);

Now, the gradient colors are added using the addColorStop() method, which specifies a color and offset position in the gradient where the color should occur. The offset value lies between 0 and 1.
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How To Draw Lines And Shapes Using HTML5 Canvas

The canvas element in HTML5 is used to render simple graphics such as line art, graphs and other custom graphical elements on the client side web development. With <canvas> tag, you can simply put the element in the page, name it with an id attribute and define its dimensions with height and width attributes. Along with placing a <canvas> tags in a document, you have to use JavaScript code to access and draw lines and shapes.

HTML5 defines a complete API for drawing on a canvas element such as lines, triangles, rectangle and circle, which is composed of many individual sub-API for common tasks. To draw lines and other more shapes using HTML5 canvas, the path API must be used. The path API stores a collection of subpaths formed by various shape functions.

Here are the various shape functions used in JavaScript code which can be used to draw lines, triangle, rectangles and circles.

context.beginPath() - This function is used to begin a path.
context.lineTo() - This function is used to draw line.
context.stroke() - This function will display the path as a newly created shape.
context.closePath() - This function will connect the last point and first point.
context.fill() - This function will be filled in with whatever the fill color is or black if none is specified.

How To Draw Line Using HTML5 Canvas


Following is an example code which draws a line using HTML5 canvas. The functions "context.beginPath()", "context.lineTo()" and "context.stroke()" used within a JavaScript function draws a line, which was embedded within canvas element written within HTML5 code. 
<script type="text/javascript">

window.onload=function() {
var canvas=document.getElementById("canvas");
var context=canvas.getContext("2d");

context.beginPath();
context.lineTo(10,10);
context.lineTo(290,10);
context.stroke();
</script>

<canvas height="100" id="canvas" width="300">
<b>Canvas Not Supported By This Browser</b>
</canvas>

Canvas Not Supported By This Browser

How To Draw Triangle Using HTML5 Canvas


Here is an example code which draws a triangle using HTML5 canvas. The functions "context.beginPath()", "context.lineTo()", "context.closePath()", "context.fill()" and "context.stroke()" used within a JavaScript function draws a triangle filled with red color and blue stroke, which was embedded within canvas element written within HTML5 code.  
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Simplest Way To Embed And Play Video Using HTML5

HTML5 defines an element <video> to insert and play video within a web page. This element sets its src attribute to a local or remote URL containing a playable movie. You can also display playback controls by including the controls attribute along with defining dimensions of the video.

Following is a simple syntax for embedding video on a web page without any third parity add-ons or embedded codes from other sites.
 <video src="simple-video.mp4" width="600" height="350" controls></video>

HTML5 Syntax of Video Element


Here is the full standard syntax of <video> element that embeds a video on a web page.
<video
accesskey="spaced list of accelerator key(s)"
autobuffer="true | false"
autoplay="autoplay"
class="class name(s)"
contenteditable="true | false"
controls="controls"
data-X="user-defined data"
dir="ltr | rtl"
draggable="true | false | auto"
height="pixels"
hidden="hidden"
id="unique alphanumeric identifier"
lang="language code"
loop="loop"
poster="URL of preview/standby image"
spellcheck="true | false"
src="URL of video"
style="style information"
tabindex="number"
title="advisory text"
width="pixels">
</video>

Element Specific Attributes of Video Element


Here are some element specific attributes of <video> element which can be used while embedding and playing video on a web page.

autobuffer  - It is a Boolean attribute which indicates the browser will begin buffering a video. This attribute can only be used if autoplay is not set.

autoplay - It is another Boolean attribute in-which the browser will play video as soon as it can, allowing no time for further buffering.

controls - There is another Boolean attribute which is set to indicate whether or not the browser should present controls for video, such as playback, pause, volume and seek.

loop - This Boolean attribute indicates the video should loop.

poster - This attribute sets the URL of an image to use in place of the video before it is loaded and playing.

src - This attribute is set to the URL of the video.

How to Embed Video on Web Page


Here is an example code which will embed a video "sample-video.mp4 " specifying with its width and height along with displaying controls on a video.
<video src="sample-video.mp4" width="600" height="350" controls>
<strong> Your browser do not support HTML5 video</strong>
</video>
If you are using XHTML5, the controls attribute on this code shows error. So you have to use the following code for XHTML5 code.
<video src="sample-video.mp4 " width="600" height="350" controls="controls">
<strong> Your browser do not support HTML5 video</strong>
</video>
In the above code, if the browser do not supported HTML5 video alternative text "Your browser do not support HTML5 video" will display.
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Multiple Choice Questions On CSS3 Properties Part-2

This set of multiple choice question includes collection of top 20 MCQ questions on CSS3 properties and their syntax used for different browsers. It includes questions and answers about marquee-direction property, marquee-play-count property, marquee-speed property and their allowed values along with their default value along with including about specific mask properties, overflow and text-overflow property and  perspective property used in CSS.
 
1. ..................... property can be replicated by using the HTML <marquee> tag and  setting the direction attribute.
A) marquee
B) marquee-direction
C) marquee-style
D) marquee-scroll

2. The default value of marquee-direction property in CSS3 is ...............
A) forward
B) reverse
C) backward
D) upward

3. The default value of marquee-play-count property is .................... which means the element performs its effect once.
A) one
B) once
C) 1
D) auto

4. ....................... property can be replicated using the HTML marquee tag and setting the loop attribute to a number or infinite.
A) marquee-repeat
B) marquee-loop
C) marquee-repetition
D) marquee-play-count

5. marquee-play-count property is supported as ..................... in opera browsers.
A) -wap-marquee-loop
B) -wap-play-count
C) -wap-marquee-play
D) -op-marquee-play-count

6. marquee-play-count property is supported as .................... in webkit-based browsers like safari.
A) -webkit-marquee-loop
B) -webkit-play-count
C) -webkit-marquee-play
D) -webkit-marquee-repetition

7. The possible values of marquee-speed property in CSS3 are ...
i) fast     ii) faster   iii) normal    iv) slow
A) i, ii and iii only
B) ii, iii and iv only
C) i, iii and iv only
D) All i, ii, iii and iv

8. The default value of marquee-speed property used in CSS3 is ................
A) fast
B) faster
C) normal
D) slow

9.  The marquee-speed property is supported as ....................... in opera browsers.
A) -wap-marquee-speed
B) -op-marquee-speed
C) -webkit-marquee-speed
D) -op-marquee-loop

10. ..................... property defines the motion of the marquee.
A) marquee-motion
B) marquee-style
C) marquee-speed
D) marquee-slide

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Multiple Choice Questions On CSS3 Properties Part-1

Here you will find the collections of objective type questions on CSS3 properties includes MCQ questions on @keyframe rule, animation properties and its sub properties and their values, backface-visibility, background clip, background origin, border, padding, content-box, border-box, column-break and column count properties.

1. ................. rule is used to define the properties that will be animated in an animation rule.
A) animation
B) @key
C) @keyframes
D) @media

2. When the standard underline style and ................... is set to true, the style should be toggled when t he Alt key is pressed.
A) animation
B) accelerator
C) key
D) toggle

3. Which of the following is/are the animation sub properties used in animation property.
i) animation-name     ii) animation-timing    iii) animation-delay  iv) animation-direction
A) i, iii and iv only
B) i, ii and iii only
C) ii, iii and iv only
D) All i, ii, iii and iv

4. In CSS3 animations, ............................. is used to describe how the animation will play.
A) animation delay
B) animation direction
C) animation-timing-function
D) animation-timing

5. Which of the following is/are the possible values of animation-timing-function property.
i) ease    ii) ease-in    iii) ease-out    iv) linear
A) i, iii and iv only
B) i, ii and iii only
C) ii, iii and iv only
D) All i, ii, iii and iv

6. ................... property is used to indicate whether the backside of an element is visible if the element is related to display the back.
A) visibility
B) backface-visibility
C) back-display
D) backface-display

7.  .................. property specifies whether or not an element's background extends all the way to the element's border.
A) background clip
B) background-origin
C) background-position
D) background-state

8. The value of background-clip property ...................... cause the background to stop at the edge of the border of an element.
A) border
B) clip
C) padding
D) edge

9. The value of background-clip property ...................... stops the background at the start of a border.
A) border
B) clip
C) padding
D) edge

10. .................... property specifies how the position of a background should be calculated by setting the origin relative to different locations within an element box.
A) background clip
B) background-origin
C) background-position
D) background-state

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Top 20 MCQ Questions On CSS3 Element Selectors

This set of multiple choice question includes collection of top 20 MCQ questions on CSS3 form element focused selectors outside the core selector, CSS3 measurement units and values along with CSS3 media queries and values.
 
1. A CSS3 selector ................... selectors the interactive element out of a group that is the default choice.
A) :set
B) :default
C) :default-option
D) :default-choice

2. A CSS3 selector ....................... is used to select interactive elements whose values are found within a range specified by the HTML5 min and max attributes.
A) :within-range
B) :range
C) :in-range
D) :value-range

3. ................... selector applies styles to elements that are invalid per HTML5 validations set by the pattern or implied by the type attributes for the form control.
A) :valid
B) :invalid
C) :validation
D) :control

4. ..................... selector applies styles to elements that are not required to be addressed before submission.
A) :required
B) :optional
C) :not-required
D) :default

5. A CSS3 selector ........................ is used to select interactive elements whose values are outside the range specified by the HTML5 min and max attributes.
A) :range
B) :out-range
C) :out-of-range
D) :outside-range

6. In CSS3 measurement unit, ..................... is a font-related length that is equivalent to the width of the character 0 in the current font.
A) dpcm
B) ch
C) vh
D) vm

7. A CSS3 measurement unit, ................... is either the view-port's height or its width, whichever is smaller.
A) vm
B) vw
C) vh
D) ch

8. In CSS3 measurement unit, ........................ is the font size of the document's root element.
A) ms
B) rad
C) rem
D) ch

9. In CSS3 media query, .................... is the ratio of width to the height of the media.
A) actual-ratio
B) device-ratio
C) measurement-ratio
D) aspect-ratio

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