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    10 Best HTML5 Audio Players

    April 26, 2013
    Scott Andrew's HTML5 audio player

    HTML5 browsers have, in recent years, begun to gain more and more market share. That has made a great deal of developers quite excited, as they can start leaving their cumbersome Flash players for more elegant, faster HTML5 media players. If you’re looking to make the switch, here are ten HTML5 audio players that you can pop on your website in lieu of a Flash player! 1. MediaElement MediaElement might be the most popular HTML5 ...

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    The Techniques and Guidelines Behind Responsive Images

    April 6, 2013
    responsive design

    Every web developer tries their best to keep up with the latest trends. They always try to support any new internet accessible devices. Previously, the support was only restricted to desktop and laptop but with the advent of smartphones and tablets all running Wi-Fi, their reach has extended. These advancements indicate that the developers have to work with the trends which can adapt naturally to every screen size. This is the speciality of responsive web design. ...

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    How to Create Free jQuery Image Slider for A Website in Minutes

    March 26, 2013
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    An image worth thousand words, yes.. you can express the message of thousand words in a single image, and for the same reason we used to see sliders in most of the modern websites. Web slider is nothing but an image container which rotates the images at the specified interval. Slider makes the website look professional and at the same time introduces all the products and services that website offers. More over, when you are using ...

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    An overview of CSS3 Rules and Properties for the web designers

    March 16, 2013
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    There are several important milestones that have shaped the direction of the web designer. Multiple tools have been helping them to create flexible and accessible websites. One such important tool amongst all is the CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets). CSS3 offers enhanced flexibility in the presentation of website content. In a nutshell, it makes everything in a website appear good. It helps the designer and the developer to publish content in different presentation formats based on ...

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    How to CrowdSource Your Design Ideas using Freelancer.com

    March 7, 2013
    Freelance crowdsourcing

    Last time when I talked about blog design, I explained how custom design will help you in better branding. Though, the problem with solopreneur blogger like you and me is getting the best work, at a decent price. Usually, when I hire someone for blog work, I prefer social recommendations, over using Google to find people. At times I use network like elance, Freelancer to find developers, designers. The problem with freelancing sites is, even if you ...

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    Why Collecting Website Usage Statistics is Important?

    February 2, 2013
    Website usage statistics

    Being a blogger or an e-commerce site owner, we have to keep a track of performance analysis of all our pages. Being  a blogger, it’s our job to identify weak or low performing pages, and improve the conversion on them. When I talk about conversion, I talk about converting user into sales. For a blog, it could be Email subscription, affiliate sales or anything. The point here is to make a page, an actionable page. “My ...

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    5 Free Metro UI Templates to Create Windows 8 Metro Style Websites

    February 2, 2013
    Metro UI HTML Template by TechGyo.com

    By now, I’m sure you must have seen the amazing Metro style look of Windows 8. If anything appeals me most about Windows 8, it’s their Metro UI. There are many Windows based websites, which are adopting Metro UI templates, which gives similar look and feel like Windows 8. There are many paid and free Metro UI templates out there in the market. If you are a Windows 8 fan, this article is for you. ...

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    Landing Page Hot Spots – How to Track Them and Increase Click Through Rate

    February 1, 2013
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    Landing pages! They never cease to amaze me. They are the game changer, maker or breaker of any online business. Make them ugly and unseemly, and they are going to ruin your fortune. Make them look beautiful, and they are going to be the game changer. Now the big question is how on earth you are going to make your landing page stand out and prompt action. Simple, you need to find out the spots ...

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