.htaccess Redirect From One Domain to Another Domain

To redirect traffic for all URLs of a domain to another with a permanent redirect (301) using a .htaccess file below are the steps.

  1. First, open a text editor, e.g. notepad, and create and save a file called .htaccess (be sure to change the file type to ‘All Files’ not ‘Text Documents (*.txt)’)
  2. Next enter the below code:
  3. Save the file and upload it to the root directory of the web server for the old domain

This should now redirect all traffic to any link that was on that domain to the same URL but with the new domain name.

Marion Shuster launches on MarionShuster.com

Marion Shuster’s Learn to sing Website

Marion Shuster has more than 30 years professional experience as a singer, teacher, conductor, composer and producer of concerts and shows. On Marion’s website, Learn2sing.org, she offers both private and group singing lessons, as well as a ‘Singing Circle’ group.

Marion is also a director of a local mixed choir and started the Greenstede Singers, an all female choir, based in East Grinstead.

Marion Shuster’s official website MarionShuster.com

Here you will find a detailed Musical timeline of Marion’s musical and singing career as well as contact details and related sites.

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Marion Shuster

Musical Background of Marion Shuster

Marion Shuster was born to a musical family, both her parents being fine singers and her father a self-taught violinist. ‘I learnt my sight reading skills in a little white-washed Methodist chapel, tucked away in a field beside a farmhouse, singing alto to my father’s tenor………’.

Marion had her first singing lessons at a young age and later studied singing privately in London. She also studied piano to Grade 8 and violin to Grade 6.

At university she studied Music and Art History at Girton College, Cambridge, appearing frequently as a soloist in concerts and opera performances.

After university she performed as a soloist, Marion Mason, in recitals and choral and musical society concerts in London and across the UK.

In the 80’s has began her career as a part-time Music teacher at Greenfields School, Forest Row, Sussex where she taught children from pre-school to ‘A’ level standard. She wrote and directed the music for many school plays and took part in festivals and concerts with the Greenfields School choir locally and across the United Kingdom.

In 1990, private teaching became her main activity, which has continued up to the present day, with many successful pupils to her credit, now working as professional musicians. She teaches singing, music theatre and piano and coaches on theory, GCSE music and does regular sight singing workshops for beginners.

Along with a group of determined artists, Marion Shuster set up the annual Saint Hill International Arts Festival with the aim of helping artists achieve their potential and take a positive role in society.

She became the musical director of mixed voice local choir, Choirpower in 1996. Since that time, the choir has performed over 80 concerts across South East England. As well as performing as singer and soloist.

In 2009 Marion set up a new ladies choir – the Greenstede Singers – with a mixed classical and popular repertoire, still performing locally in concerts and festivals.

Marion Shuster gained her Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music diploma with distinction in 2011.

She has been a regular contributor to the East Grinstead Music and Arts Festival with her pupils and choirs.

Currently, Marion teaches and coaches privately to diploma level and organizes regular concerts with her two choirs, Singing Circle and students. She still enjoys solo work and is in increasing demand as an accompanist.

Quote by Marion Shuster

“Music is a tremendously direct, emotive form of aesthetic communication, and the human voice expresses perhaps the most moving and intimate music we have. Most of my students are surprised to find that they can sing far better than they suspected. It is a great pleasure to bring this potential forward into performance.” – Marion Shuster 2014

 

Visit MarionShuster.com

UK Cartoonist, Caricaturist and Illustrator – Bob Stokes || West Sussex

Bob Stokes Cartoons, Caricatures and Illustrationshttp://www.bobstokes.co.uk

Bob Stokes Cartoons offers bespoke cartoons, caricatures and illustrations. An experienced cartoonist and illustrator for both commercial and personal projects. Based in West Sussex, England with local and international clients.

Services Bob Stokes Cartoons offers include:

  • Personalised Birthday Cards
  • Bespoke Christmas Cards
  • Portriat Caricatures
  • Group Caricatures
  • Book illustrations
  • Character Design
  • Advertising and Martket illustrations
  • Comic Strips and gags

Stokes Design both designed and coded the website: http://www.bobstokes.co.uk . As well as setup social media profiles such as Facebook, Linked In and Twitter. To help increase exposure for the freelance cartoonist. Plus submitted to company to many business directories to help listings in search engines like google, yahoo and bing.

How to Open InDesign CC file in CS6

To be able to open an Adobe InDesign CC file in CS6 there is one simple step:

  • Open the InDesign CC file in CC and export the file as an IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, using the Export options from the File menu or the Save As option. Then IDML file will open in CS6.

If you don’t have Adobe InDesign CC, we offer a InDesign down-saving service to help open the file into the CS version you need.

 

How to Open InDesign CC file in CS3

To be able to open an Adobe InDesign CC file in CS3 there is two simple steps:

  • Open the InDesign CC file in CC and export the file as an IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, using the Export options from the File menu or the Save As option.
  • Then in CS4 open this IDML file and export it to an .inx file. This file will now open up in InDesign CS3.

If you don’t have Adobe InDesign CC, or InDesign CS4 we offer a InDesign down-saving service to help open the file into the CS version you need.

 

How to Open InDesign CC (Creative Cloud) in CS4

To be able to open an Adobe InDesign CC file in CS4 there is one simple step:

  • Open the InDesign CC file in CC and export the file as an IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, using the Export options from the File menu or the Save As option. Then IDML file will open in CS4.

If you don’t have Adobe InDesign CC, we offer a InDesign down-saving service to help open the file into the CS version you need.

 

How to set Indesign CS5.5 as default instead of CS4 and Vice Versa (PC Version)

I was having a problem with Window 7 (64-bit). I have both Adobe InDesign CS4 and CS5.5 install and all InDesign files would open automatically in CS4, which was extremely annoying. I found a way of changing the default programme to CS5.5. The regular way, right click the file, open with, choose default program and then finding the CS5.5 file didn’t work. This is because both CS4 and CS5.5 application files are called indesign.exe and Win7 can’t differentiate between the files, so here is the solution:

Changing default from InDesign CS4 to CS5.5

  • Open Run (Win button + R) and type “regedit” and hit okay then yes
  • Locate HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTInDesign.DocumentShellOpenCommand in regedit
  • Change the value of (Default) attribute to 
    “C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAdobe InDesign CS5.5InDesign.exe” “%1”
    (include the quote marks)

Changing default from InDesign CS5.5 to CS4

Exactly the same as above except:

  • Change the value of (Default) attribute to
    “C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAdobe InDesign CS4InDesign.exe” “%1”  (include the quote marks)

I came across this solution on the Adobe Forums site.

How to Open InDesign CS5.5 in CS4

To be able to open an Adobe InDesign CS5.5 file in CS4 there is one simple step:

  • Open the InDesign CS5.5 file in CS5.5 and export the file as an IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, using the Export options from the File menu. Then IDML file will open in CS4.

If you don’t have Adobe InDesign CS5.5, we offer a InDesign down-saving service to help open the file into the CS version you need.

 

How to Open InDesign CS5.5 in CS3

To be able to open an Adobe InDesign CS5.5 file in CS3 there are a couple steps you need to do:

  • First, open the InDesign CS5.5 file in CS5.5 and export the file as an IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, using the Export options from the File menu.
  • Then in CS4 open this IDML file and export it to an .inx file. This file will now open up in InDesign CS3.

If you don’t have Adobe InDesign CS5.5 and CS4, we offer a InDesign down-saving service to help open the file into the CS version you require.