Tag Archives: web-design
Free Versatile HTML Editor – HTML-Kit

Free Versatile HTML Editor – HTML-Kit

Yesterday, I wrote about an elegant solution to CSS authoring that is free and simple to use. When I was writing that I thought that I should share the gem I have found in this free HTML Editor – HTML-Kit. (unfortunately Windows only – sorry linux and mac users. If you are Linux user, you […]

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Pingdom Adds Free Website Monitoring

Pingdom Adds Free Website Monitoring

Pingdom is one of the premium website monitoring services out there. We have looked at free website monitoring services such as Montastic. Free website monitoring services like Montastic could suffice if your needs don’t go beyond knowing when your website goes down. But, if you wanted to know more about uptimes, response times, error analysis, […]

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Photoshop tip: Converting Background to Transparent

I have looked this tip up atleast 3 times in the last few weeks. So, for my own sake (and for anyone else looking for it) I am writing this down here. 🙂 Of course there are multiple ways to do the same thing as in most things tech. Here is what worked for me. […]

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Auto-Publish Your Feedburner RSS Feed To Twitter

Bloggers using Feedburner to publish your RSS feeds listen up. If you blog with hosted WordPress, you might have used a WordPress plugin to automatically publish your RSS feed to your Twitter account. Google has made automatically sending your RSS feeds to Twitter integrated inside your Feedburner account. To get started Login to your Feedburner […]

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Tips to Develop Mobile Web Apps the Right Way

As someone interested in web development and WordPress development, I read up on article related to it. With the smartphone market more popular than ever, there has never been a better time to build mobile web apps. In case any of our readers are interested in mobile web apps development, I just came across an […]

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Lunascape – Browsershots Alternative In Your Computer

Lunascape – Browsershots Alternative In Your Computer

I run and manage several websites. One of the things I repeat doing is to check how the website looks in different browsers – Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera. I usually do this by firing up each browser and loading the site there. I just came across a very cool browser that gives […]

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How to Setup Google Analytics Intelligence Alerts?

How to Setup Google Analytics Intelligence Alerts?

Google does a lot of things right and Google Analytics that help monitor your website traffic is definitely one among them. Google Analytics is a free and powerful website statistics gathering application. If you run a website(s), you are probably using Google Analytics to measure your site traffic. Google Analytics just added a cool new […]

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WordPress Wins Best Overall Open Source CMS Award

WordPress Wins Best Overall Open Source CMS Award

PacktPub awards Open Source CMS Awards every year. To my delight, WordPress has won the Overall Best Open Source CMS Award for the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. In the last 4 years, this is the first time WordPress has won this award. Plus, it was named first runner-up in the Best Open Source PHP […]

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Feedly – Fun Alternative For Google Reader Interface

Feedly – Fun Alternative For Google Reader Interface

Feedly is actually a Firefox add-on that turns your favorite feeds in Google Reader into fun magazine style start page. I am an avid RSS feeds consumer. I subscribe to hundreds of RSS feeds in a variety of topics and hardly go to individual websites to get my news in the morning. Between Twitter and […]

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Evernote Windows 3.5 New Features

Evernote Windows 3.5 New Features

Evernote has been my favorite note taking application in my desktop, iPhone as well as the web. Evernote is free and it keeps your in sync between all these platforms all the time. Plus, Evernote has been in the leading edge on online note taking and I switched to it even before Google Notebook bit […]

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Add Overlays to Your Twitter Avatar

Add Overlays to Your Twitter Avatar

Adding Twitter overlays – little icons signifying something you like or support is all the rage in Twitter these days. For instance, I sported a little Indian flag in my Twitter avatar celebrating India’s Independence day on August 15th. You could be showing your support or celebrating an event and this is a great way […]

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How to Exclude Adsense from Specific Posts Without Editing WordPress Code?

How to Exclude Adsense from Specific Posts Without Editing WordPress Code?

If you are running a WordPress blog monetized with Google Adsense, you have probably looked for a way to hide Adsense ads from certain posts. You will be surprised how easily you can achieve this. Google Adsense is a great program for publishers to monetize their blogs. It is a great way of funding your […]

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How to Add Google Maps in a WordPress Site?

How to Add Google Maps in a WordPress Site?

An easy-to-follow 10 steps to adding a pretty Google Maps with its original interactive UI to your WordPress blog.

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How to Integrate Twitter into WordPress Comments?

How to Integrate Twitter into WordPress Comments?

Twitter has become a part of my life now. It has transformed from a plain old ‘what am I doing?’ status updates to my hub of everyday activities. Sort of my personal portal to the Internet, if you will. I use Twitter to network with fellow bloggers find up-to-date information on breaking news to follow […]

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Change – The Only Permanent Thing in Life

Change – The Only Permanent Thing in Life

ShanKrila has gotten a re-design and the new look is live on the blog now! I had used a highly customized Saur WordPress 3-column theme for a long time. I loved it and had a green/orange/white color theme going on representing the Indian flag. As much as I loved it, the theme had gotten too […]

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