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Is HTML5 a Good Choice for Web Apps in Today’s Mobile Age?

July 18, 2014

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While web-based mobile apps are coded in HTML5 (or using CSS/JavaScript), and can be accessed via any phone or tablet devices. In contrast, native apps are built for a single mobile OS – be it Android, iOS etc. According to reports from BI (Business Insider), a contradiction has been observed: while some consumers prefer native […]

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HTML and CSS for Web Designers – Essential Guidelines

July 15, 2014

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Due to the rising demand of website, HTML and CSS have become essentials for creating a most fascinating and feature-rich website. So, it is important for the designers to be aware about it. May or may not be beginners sentient about all the features of HTML and CSS, while building an effective website. Let’s take […]

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Trends in Typography for 2014

April 30, 2014

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Typography of a website is crucial because it can make a huge difference to the design. Good typography means your website is appealing, more readable and thus more likely to generate sales. As you pay attention to the quality of content, typography gains prominence because it accentuates designs, adds to the layout and keeps your […]

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Web Development Tips to Enhance your Skills & Improve your Website

March 13, 2014

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How to Build a Website - A to Z Guide for Beginners

If you are a web developer lost in the loops, there is no saving you. In fact, most develops give in their entire day to being slaves to loops and bettering them by the day. Coding is indeed a major concern with most people and in case you are a developer who wishes to develop […]

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Grid Layout Enhances the Aesthetics of a Website and Provides Exemplary User Experience

March 11, 2014

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Way back in history, especially during the Renaissance, the great masters of art harped on the importance of proportion and golden ratio, while describing a piece of art. The reason being it makes the piece of work aesthetically pleasing, and it keeps the artwork at par with the other elements in the universe. The same […]

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CSS Tools for Unique Web Designs with Colourful Features

February 10, 2014

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Either self design or hire professional web designers, but CSS tools for web designing are the most widely used in the process of web designing. Usually there are two core technologies that are used for the purpose for designing websites; they are known as HTML i.e. The Hypertext Markup Language and CSS i.e. Cascading Style […]

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Choosing the Most Appropriate WordPress Theme for Your Business Website

January 29, 2014

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WordPress is one of the major CMS platforms today, and most of the websites use the WordPress to develop their website and present it to the audience. WordPress offers you with numerous themes, both premium and for free, to add to your website. Having a good knowledge about the WordPress themes and the facts to […]

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7 Predictions About 2014

January 8, 2014

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7 Predictions About 2014

As 2014 is already here, we are here too, with our predictions and hopes for the year and from the year. Without beating around the bush, lets see what these predictions are. It Will Be All About SmartPhones Although for North Americans and West Europeans, this might sound a bit strange, as you are already […]

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jQuery Tips & Tutorials to Enhance Your Website

September 7, 2013

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There are many programs which can be used for posting and making of codes in the online world. You can use jQuery for making your codes to get different types of tasks done with increased efficiency and progress. This system can generate code to be used in HTML and other modes and results are obtained […]

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Use Joomla & Joomla Extensions to Build any kind of Website – Part 3

May 12, 2013

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Hi there! Welcome back to ‘How to use Joomla” series. Today you would be reading the final part of the series but it won’t be the end of the subject. Joomla is vast in documentation and versatile in functionality. Hence we would come across soon with new updates or fresh news snippets about Joomla. In […]

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HTML 5 and CSS 3 Elements: Easy Transformations and Animations, No Plugins and Canvas (Part 3)

November 29, 2010

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This article comprises of a number of different articles revolving around HTML 5 & CSS 3. This is the forth in the series, including the introduction. The previous piece of writing was entitled: ‘HTML 5 & CSS 3 Elements: Forms, Web Sockets, Offline Access & Geo-location (Part 2).’ If you are new to this topic or would like a brief overview of the subject it is advised to skim through the introduction that accompanies this collection.

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HTML 5 and CSS 3 Elements: Forms, Web Sockets, Offline Access and Geo-Location (Part 2)

November 28, 2010

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This article comprises of a number of different articles revolving around HTML 5 & CSS 3. This is the third in the series, including the introduction. The previous piece of writing was entitled: ‘HTML 5 & CSS 3 Elements: Visual Effects, Table Styles and Custom Fonts (Part 1).’ If you are new to this topic or would like a brief overview of the subject it is advised to skim through the introduction that accompanies this collection.

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What is HTML5

September 21, 2010

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HTML was developed by the W3C until 2004, when members of the HTML working group grew disturbed with the direction the W3C was going with HTML. They felt that the W3C was not paying enough attention to the real-world development needs of the language and focusing too much on XML and XHTML. So they formed […]

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Web Design & Search Engine Optimization (seo) 101 – the Basics

August 22, 2010

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These days just about everyone has websites up on the internet. Saying “everyone” might be a bit of an overstatement. In essence, blogs such as Facebook and MySpace pages can be considered a website too. Although lacking much of the customizations compared to standalone sites. Just about every topic imagineable, can be found in the […]

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