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IP Hide Tools and Services - » IP Hider - Hide IP Software

IP Hider masks the real IP of a user, allowing him to browse all kind of pages without ever worrying that the ISPs or any other marketing tool is monitoring your surfing habits or spammers are attacking your computer. The simplest way to do this is to have traffic redirected through anonymous proxies.
IP Hide
PHP hide_email()
A PHP function to protect the E-mail address you publish on your website against bots or spiders
permite ocultar las direcciones de correo en un página, util para evitar el spam
A PHP function to protect the E-mail address you publish on your website against bots or spiders that index or harvest E-mail addresses for sending you spam. It uses a substitution cipher with a different key for every page load. Look at the generated XHTML in the example while pressing the browsers "reload" button to see this in effect.
Lifehacker - Hide Your Mac Menu Bar and Dock for a Cleaner Desktop - How To
Application UI Presentation Mode
A very useful hint if you want to run a graphics application "in a window" instead of fullscreen, but at the full size of the desktop.
Unlike the Windows system tray, the Mac menu bar provides few options for customizing it to your liking. Here's how to hide your menu bar to free up an extra 20 pixels of precious space and create a cleaner desktop.
Application UI Presentation Mode desktop hak
How to hide the menu bar and Dock
Showing and hiding content with pure CSS3 - Opera Developer Community
Showing and hiding content with pure CSS3
using :focus pseudo-class
from Opera Developer Community
show/hide without using JS
Modern websites and applications are more dynamic than old style web pages, with several pieces of well-placed JavaScript providing smoother content updates, more intuitive user feedback and more responsive controls. One very common feature is the expanding/collapsing or shown/hidden box, whether this is a tabbed interface, a content "tray" on the side that can be slid out and then put away again, or a complex tree menu with expanding/collapsing sub-menus. Generally, these features are implemented via JavaScript, however using CSS3 it is possible to create such content using only HTML and CSS — no JavaScript required. In this article I'll show you how this works, including a few examples to get you started.