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Some Fonts that stood the test of time

November 30th, 2010

Old is always gold. No, I am not planning to talk about proverbs here. But the proverb is very true in case of Slab Serif Fonts. Slab fonts, once obsolete, has come back with their real oomph factor, to make headings of your website designs stand ou...

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Easy methods to load non-blocking JavaScript

November 05th, 2010

The concept of blocking and non-blocking scripts tags was first introduced by Steve Souders, a few years back. He wanted to show how script tag delays the downloading of websites and other resources. This flaw in script tags will do a lot of harm f...

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Easy to use substitutes for phpMyAdmin

November 02th, 2010

Those who are involved in the management of MySQL administration tasks often rely on phpMyAdmin, an open source tool written in PHP. This tool will carry out a lot of tasks including creation, modification and deletion of databases, tables, fields an...

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Tips to choose the best domain name

April 28th, 2010

According to a latest research conducted by domaintools.com, about 118 million domain names have been registered so far, and about 86.7 million among them are top level domains. This has made the process of selection of domain name highly challenging...

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Help your clients to make a proper use of their CMS

December 05th, 2009

Being a web developer the first question that you may hear from your clients, even without discussing the requirements, would be regarding the cost, and the second one would be about a promise that they need from you, that the site would get no: 1 po...

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Certain Useful Ad Server Solutions

August 11th, 2009

An ad server is a web server that helps in the storage and proper delivery of online advertisements to the website visitors. Using an ad sever its easy to ‘swap out’ ads, as you need to put only the HTML or JavaScript tags in the site only once. On...

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Say NO to Browser sniffing

June 01th, 2009

Browser sniffing is a technique used in websites and web applications, to find out the web browser that a visitor uses to provide ‘version-specific pages, scripts, images’ and the needed contents. The method was much widely-accepted 10 years back, a...

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10 Web Analytics Tools to Track Visitors

March 27th, 2009

Knowing how much your site performs is extremely essential for a blogger or a sight owner, as it helps to understand its working and the trends to make it better. The only way to do this effectively is to add a standard statistics package to the back...

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Certain useful tips for website usability testing

March 23th, 2009

One of the most important parts of launching a website is its testing. It is in fact very difficult to launch a broken website that drives away the user and hurts the reputation of the makers of the site. It creates more work, more headaches and los...

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XP Secrets Uncovered!

March 03th, 2009

Following are 10 little known XP facts. Read on and find out, how you can make most out of your XP. 1 User can rename loads of files at once in Windows Explorer. He can Highlight a set of files in a window, then right click on one and rename it. All ...

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It’s a ‘ride’ towards innovation

March 02th, 2009

This is FileRide, a start up social networking platform that runs on the desktop of the user. FileRide is a Stockholm based development which does social network around the files that are already there on your computer, and with items that you save f...

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Opera Mini Just Got Safer!

February 23th, 2009

Opera mini is the most downloaded mobile browser in the world with a little over than 20 million active users. It includes popular features such as Speed Dial, Opera Link, and the ability to save pages, notes, and bookmarks. In December 2008, Opera M...

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Make a good content team and increase your sales

February 23th, 2009

Writing good website content is never a simple task. But unfortunately, many people consider content writing as an afterthought, and purposefully forget the undeniable fact that very few people can actually write content and even fewer can do it well...

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Firefox or IE … The Debate Continues …

February 19th, 2009

One of the leading web browser, Opera has charged a pressing case against Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. According to Opera, IE’s web dominance is mainly because it comes with Windows as a package. So any one who has windows operating system, will ...

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Mobile Internet - Myths Revealed!

February 18th, 2009

2008 was an year when mobile friendly sites & mobile SEO s made news. With the number of mobile users quadrupling in the last decade, it was only a matter of time before internet browsing became a common feature of mobile phones too. Though mob...

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Google Latitude - A Boon Or A Bane

February 05th, 2009

Have you ever wondered how to locate the nearest delivery centre of your client in china?How to locate your friend hitch hiking in South America?How to confirm if your teenage son is in the library as he said?Google has a one stop solution for all th...

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Another feather in Google’s cap!

February 05th, 2009

From the words of Pat - “I am a free lance web designer and spent my entire working hours online. I have a broad band connection at 512 Kbps with unlimited download from a reliable internet service provider in my city. But off late I have been serio...

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