How to change a child birthday in iCloud.

I need help to change a birthday in icloud.

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Manage the apple ID:

https://appleid.Apple.com/#! & page = registration

Once you sign in with your apple ID, you can edit info for birthday.

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    !-[CodeBlockStart:dffe5525-a787-4a98-a87f-f24554b12141]-->@charset 'UTF-8'; / * SpryTabbedPanels.css - 0.6 - pre-release Spry 1.6.1 version * / / * Copyright (c) 2006] Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. * / / * Horizontal tabbed panels * the default style for a TabbedPanels widget puts all the tab buttons * (stalled left) above the content panel. * / / * This is the selector for the main container of TabbedPanels. For our * style by default, this container does not contribute anything visually, * but it is floated to the left to ensure that all floating or compensation done * with any which of her children the elements lie entirely within the limits the * TabbedPanels container, in order to minimize any impact or unwanted * interaction with other floating elements on the page which may be used * for page layout. * If you want to limit the width of the widget TabbedPanels, define a * width of the container TabbedPanels. By default, the widget TabbedPanels * extends horizontally to fill the available space. * The name of the class ("TabbedPanels") used in this selector is not * necessary to make the widget service. You can use a class name, you * want to style the TabbedPanels container. */ . TabbedPanels {overflow: hidden;}   margin: 0px;   padding: 0px;   Clear: none;   Width: 100%; / * Hack IE to force the layout correct when preceded by a paragraph. (hasLayout bug) * /} / * this is the selector for the TabGroup. The container of TabGroup houses * all buttons on the tab for each tabs in the widget panel. This container * does not contribute to what both visually in the appearance of the widget for our * default style. * The name of the class ("TabbedPanelsTabGroup") used in this selector is not * necessary to make the widget service. You can use a class name, you * want to style the TabGroup container. */ . TabbedPanelsTabGroup {margin: 0px;}   padding: 0px; } / * This is the selector for the TabbedPanelsTab. This container houses * the title of the Panel. It is also tab 'button' that the user clicks on * to activate the corresponding content panel so that it appears on top * of the other tabs in the widget panels. * For our style by default, each tab is positioned relatively 1 pixel down from * where it would normally. This allows each tab overlap content * panel that renders underneath. Each tab is rendered with a background of 1 pixel * border which has a color that corresponds to the upper edge of the current content * panel. This gives the appearance that the tab is drawn behind the * content panel. * The name of the class ("TabbedPanelsTab") used in this selector is not * necessary to make the widget service. You can use any class name you want * to style the tab container. */ . TabbedPanelsTab {position: relative;}   Top: 1px;   float: left;   padding: 5px 20px;   margin: 0px 1px 0px 0px;   Police: bold 12px without serif.   background-color: #f1c185;   list-style: none;   border-left: 1px solid #CCC;   border-bottom: 1px solid #999;   border-top: 1px solid #999;   border-right: 1px solid #999;   border-radius: 5px 0px 5px 0px;   -moz-user-select: none;   -khtml-user-select: none;   cursor: pointer; } / * This selector is an example how to change the appearance of a button in the tab * container as the mouse enters in the it. The class is "TabbedPanelsTabHover" * programatically add and remove the element tab as the mouse between in * in and out of the container. */ . TabbedPanelsTabHover {background-color: #ffd197 ;} / * this selector is an example how to do to change the appearance of a button in the tab * container after the user has clicked on it to activate a content panel.} * The 'TabbedPanelsTabSelected' class is programmatically added and removed * the tab element as long as the user clicks button tab containers in * the widget. * As mentioned above, for our style by default, the tab buttons are positioned * 1 pixel down where he would normally. What is the tab key * selected, we change its bottom border to match the background color of the * content panel so that it looks like the tab is the content panel. */ . TabbedPanelsTabSelected {background-color: #ffe9cd;}   border-bottom: 1px solid #EEE; } / * This selector is an example of how to make a link inside a tab button * look like normal text. 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The tab button will get his left and right border of * the TabGroup and its superior border of the tab above it or button TabGroup. */ . VTabbedPanels. TabbedPanelsTabSelected {background-color: #EEE;}   border-bottom: 1px solid #999; } / * This selector fleet contained signs of the widget while they * make it to the right of the tabs buttons. */ . VTabbedPanels. TabbedPanelsContentGroup {clear: none;}   float: left;   padding: 0px;   Width: 30em;   height: 20em; } / * Printing styles * / @media print {.} TabbedPanels {overflow: visible! important;}. TabbedPanelsContentGroup {display: block! important;}   overflow: visible! important;   height: auto! important; } . TabbedPanelsContent {overflow: visible! important;}   display: block! important;   clear: both! important; } . TabbedPanelsTab {overflow: visible! important;}   display: block! important;   clear: both! important; } }

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    We will share!

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      3    emp_name varchar2(10),
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      1  create table my_mgr (
      2    manager_id number primary key,
      3    employee_id number references my_emp( emp_id ),
      4    purchasing_authority number
      5* )
    SQL> /
    
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      3         references my_mgr( manager_id );
    
    Table altered.
    
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    Wrote file afiedt.buf
    
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      2          child_table_name,
      3          sys_connect_by_path( child_table_name, '/' ) path
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      6                  child.table_name        child_table_name,
      7                  child.constraint_name   child_constraint_name
      8             from user_constraints parent,
      9                  user_constraints child
     10            where child.constraint_type = 'R'
     11              and parent.constraint_type = 'P'
     12              and child.r_constraint_name = parent.constraint_name
     13           union all
     14           select null,
     15                  null,
     16                  table_name,
     17                  constraint_name
     18             from user_constraints
     19            where constraint_type = 'P')
     20    start with child_table_name = 'MY_EMP'
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      2          child_table_name,
      3          sys_connect_by_path( child_table_name, '/' ) path
      4     from (select parent.table_name      parent_table_name,
      5                  parent.constraint_name parent_constraint_name,
      6                  child.table_name        child_table_name,
      7                  child.constraint_name   child_constraint_name
      8             from user_constraints parent,
      9                  user_constraints child
     10            where child.constraint_type = 'R'
     11              and parent.constraint_type = 'P'
     12              and child.r_constraint_name = parent.constraint_name
     13           union all
     14           select null,
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