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    How to Add Reflection Effect On Images Using CSS

    August 16, 2011
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    I’ve been working on design articles for the past few days and I would like to share one with you in this article which is based on Photoshop but the twist is that we’ll not use PhotoShop to achieve this effect, rather use simple and pure CSS to achieve it – Reflection Effect On Images. Before we dive into the actual tutorial, let me show you the final product – refer to the image below. ...

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    How to Display Latest Google plus Updates on WordPress/Blogger Blogs

    August 11, 2011
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    Just as Google is obsessed with page speed, I’m kinda of obsessed with Google+. In this article, I would like to share two simple methods to display your latest updates from Google+ on your blog – be it WordPress or BlogSpot. I usually post articles aimed at blogs run on blogspot, but the case in this article is little different. I’ve the codes for WordPress users as well. So, without wasting time, let’s get started ...

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    How to Make Google Plus Button Load Faster

    August 8, 2011
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    If you are a regular visitor of Shoutmeloud, you would have noticed the addition of Google+ button at the top – embedded with the sticky bar. You’ll find another Google+ button below the post titles as well. It’s important to note that these buttons show different counts. How to enable a similar stuff on your blog? Well, I’ll be explaining the same in this article and I’ll dig a little deep about Google’s obsession with ...

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    Collection Of Top 15 Free Google+ Icons Pack

    August 6, 2011
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    The recent buzz around the web is all about Google+. It has created an enormous impact on people’s thought process and mind, making it suitable to hang out with friends in circles or group. However, from the perspective of a web designer or webmaster, it’s just another site that shall drive traffic to your blog. There are several Google plus icons available in the market out there and I’ve shared only a few of them ...

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    [BlogSpot SEO] Simple Script to Optimize Your Blog for SEO

    August 5, 2011
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    This post is rather intended to blogs run on blogger than to ones on WP because WP users have the platform to make their blog SEO optimized whereas those on blogger do not. They need to manually add alt & title tags to their images and specify a rel=”nofollow” & target=”_blank” for external links that they use in their post editor. Specially it’s a wise advice to keep your external links (Non useful) nofollow and ...

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    Solutions to Make Your Fonts/Layouts Browser Compatible

    August 5, 2011
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    It is quite obvious that webmasters & web designers often use CSS to style their fonts – be it the post titles or the ones on the header. As far as I know, majority of the browsers including IE support CSS3 @font-face but, what happens if some unknown browser does not do the same???  Simple! You’ll end up in a complete mess of your layout. So, in this article, I’ll explain about the common issues ...

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    Simple Accordion Effect Using Jquery: How to

    August 4, 2011
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    There are quite a lot of tutorials on the web about the accordion effect. But, none appears to be clear. Being a webmaster & web designer myself, I find it difficult to understand the tutorials out there. So, I thought I should explain this stuff in the most simplest way possible and that’s what we have got in this article too. To those who do not know what an accordion effect  is, just take a ...

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    How To Make Entire Block Clickable Using jQuery?

    August 3, 2011
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    I’m sure many web masters out there link various websites on their blog. Some tweak the links with a background color while few keep it simple! What if we make an entire block click-able rather than just the anchor tag present in the block. To better understand about the same, take a look at the “Random Posts” section on the footer of SML. You’ll notice that only the links are click-able but not the entire ...

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