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Top 7 CSS Frameworks For Your Next Project

February 6, 2019
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No big surprise, at that point that CSS frameworks developed after some time and removed the more significant part of the agony. Today we can’t envision coding without our most loved CSS system, as focusing on multiple screen sizes has turned into a need. But how would you realize your system is the best for […]

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Why Your Blog Isn’t Updating When You Change The CSS

February 24, 2018
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What Does a Cache Do? A cache pronounced as “cash” is a small container that stores frequently used information that a computer can access on demand. This information can include static HTML pages and parts of web pages, such as logos and designs, that do not need to be repeatedly downloaded. A web page loads […]

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HTML and CSS Validation: Should You Validate Your Web Page?

April 23, 2013
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Do you hang around webmaster circles? Then you will realize how controversial the HTML and CSS validation are to some people. Here we are going to discuss about different perspectives on the controversy and also list out some practical methods to improve the website’s appearance. What does HTML or CSS validation mean? Well, validation refers […]

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Four Techniques for Protecting Online Images

June 4, 2012
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Image theft has become a cause of concern for many photographers and artists. This has resulted in many looking for ways of protecting their work from being plagiarized. Here are some of the methods which are used to protect images. 1. No right click script The no right click JavaScript is one of the most […]

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Let Technology Work in Your Favor

April 12, 2012
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SEO, in itself is a two part job – there’s on-page SEO and off-page SEO. Additionally, on-page SEO has two main parts to it as well: (1) the keyword-focused part, and (2) the technical part. Getting the keywords for your site right is a whole different story, and some people even believe that this is […]

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New Firefox with improved security: Mozilla

November 15, 2011
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The new version of Firefox, the Firefox 8.0 released on November 8, 2011, has been with released with much fanfare and some changes such as improved security and some minor updates. Firefox is a free and open source web browser from Mozilla that is fast easy and rewarding. The latest version, Firefox 8,0 comes with […]

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5 Tips To Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

January 28, 2011
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With the increasing trend in mobile platform, there are limitations of the website being displayed in the actual HTML format as designed for your web browsing over a PC or a laptop. These HTML formats could be made more amicable to make your website supportive and adapt efficiently to work well on the mobile platform. […]

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Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 Available After Two Week Delay

November 2, 2009
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Firefox 3.6 beta was supposed to be released around mid-October, but it took until now to have the first beta available for the public. The new beta is based on the Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering engine, coming to you with several new features and enhancements: One-click change of browser appearance. Now warns user if a […]

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Thesis/WordPress Tip: Featured Posts Script & Exclude From Front Page

September 17, 2009
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Sometimes a featured post can be a good thing, if you have something you’d really want to push and make your readers aware of – like you can see on the following screenshot where I’m “pushing” the first interview I’ve ever done for techpatio.com. That post, as featured, will always appear on top of my […]

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