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How To Properly Remove Ceramic Coating: Prep for Fresh Protectant! – Chemical Guys

– What’s going on, everybody? Thanks so much for tuning in for today’s episode of Detail Garage. I’m Nick, and this is Henry, and today we’re gonna be showing you guys the proper steps, and why it’s so important, to wash your vehicle. Especially on this brand new Acura NSX. (sci-fi music) Now the owner… Read More »

How to Choose the Right Combo of Product and Pad for Polishing! – Chemical Guys

– What’s up everybody? Welcome to Chemical Guys detail garage. Do you guys want your car to look its best as possible or you just want to know how to properly remove those scratches and swirls that give your car that awful look? Well stay tuned for today’s video. We’re going to show you the… Read More »

How To Apply Glaze, Sealant, And Wax With A Polisher – Chemical Guys

– Hey, what’s up guys. Welcome back to the Chemical Guys Detail Garage. So in our previous video, Nick went ahead and showed you guys how to properly polish out, or what compound or polish to choose when polishing out a surface. If you haven’t checked it out, I recommend you hop back, because it… Read More »

ASP.NET Tutorial – 05 – HTML Controls

All HTML elements can be made into HTML server controls. To do this we place them inside the form control and include the runat server attribute. The element now becomes a HTML control that we can manipulate using its id reference. The control in this case is of the HTMLAnchor class. For this class we… Read More »

Tracking Pixels & Retargeting: Explained!

Have you ever been browsing around an online shop, looking for something like shoes, only to then see ads for those shoes on another website like Facebook? That’s pretty creepy! How does Facebook know that you were looking at these shoes? Well, behind the scenes, the webshop owner is using tracking pixels. No, not the… Read More »

HTML Tutorial – 12 – Lists

HTML offer three types of lists: ordered, unordered, and definition. The ordered, or numbered list, uses the list item element to specify each item. The end tag for this element is optional. The numerals for the ordered list can be changed using the type attribute. Arabic numbers are used by default but we can also… Read More »

HTML Tutorial – 14 – Forms II

The most useful and common input type is the text field. Like most form elements it requires the name attribute to be specified and the value attribute will be set to the text that it contains. Another useful input type is the password field, which hides its characters from view. For both of these types… Read More »

HTML Tutorial – 09 – Presentational Markup

The presentational markup is used to describe the appearance of text. However, it is recommended that we use Cascading Style Sheets instead for handling all kinds of style information. First we have the text styles: bold, italic , underlined, and strike-through/. Bold and italic are still commonly used text styles, but underlined and both strike-through… Read More »

HTML Tutorial – 02 – Tags and Elements

The markup that defines HTML is called tags. For example, we here have the break tag, which is used to make a line break. All tags are delimited by angle brackets () and are case-insensitive. Most tags, such as the paragraph tag here , have both a start and an end tag. The end tag… Read More »