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 the internet devices or browsers. 8 useful resources for web designer CSS is the basic tool for every web designer. The best part is they can make any changes to a global CSS style sheet and also automatically modify style elements on other web pages. It enables the designer to maintain their web pages efficiently. Besides, it’s a clean coding technique which works well for improved ranking by any search engines. Not only this, when CSS segregate the website’s content from its own designing … [Read more...] about An Overview of CSS3 Rules and Properties for the Web Designers
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I’m going to share one Blog post writing tip which I usually follow when writing about any topic, reviewing any tool or when it’s not a news post. This one tip will not only make your article interesting and meaningful but will also make it actionable/doable. Not to mention, these are three important attributes of a quality article, which Google likes. One of the most common way people start writing an article/Blog post is, directly talk about the topic. For example, if you are reviewing one antivirus tool, you will start with details, description, and features. Now, this approach is not bad but again what’s the harm in making your article as desirable as your personality. Increasing the curiosity of your readers and later point them to the topic. That’s where this rule of Why, What and how comes into the picture. It triggers the action mechanism of readers, and they would love to read and follow your article. Let’s consider three simple scenarios: A … [Read more...] about Why? What? How? Rule in Writing Blog Post?
With effect from 1 March 2011, you are required to comply with the requirements set out in the notification of the Reserve Bank of India governing the processing and settlement of export-related receipts facilitated by online payment gateways (“RBI Guidelines”).In order to comply with the RBI Guidelines, our user agreement in India will be amended for the following services as follows: Any balance in and all future payments into your PayPal account may not be used to buy goods or services and must be transferred to your bank account in India within 7 days from the receipt of confirmation from the buyer in respect of the goods or services; and Export-related payments for goods and services into your PayPal account may not exceed US$500 per transaction. Now lets get into detail of whole PayPal fiasco. I hope every one remember last year problem with PayPal, when they stopped personal payment to Indian PayPal users and later on they stopped the option to withdraw money into … [Read more...] about PayPal Team Shocked Indian Freelancers with New Rules
Setting up a website is ridiculously simple these days; anyone who can use email can put together a website with a bit of research — but is that enough? While templates and content management systems may have made designing easy, creating an effective web design that satisfies users, however, is still something that needs a bit of knowledge and experience on part of the designer. Here are a few principles of effective web design that you can use to instantly make your website more user-friendly: One of the most commonly cited and universal principles of web design — users don’t read web pages word-by-word like they would read a book; instead, they jump from one place to another (or “scan”) on the web page in an “F”-pattern to find the information that they came to find. Your work as a designer or a content strategist is to give them that information as quickly and simply as you can — while this may sound counter-intuitive … [Read more...] about A Few Rules for Effective Web Design
Unless otherwise stated in the actual giveaway (which you can find on this page), the following rules apply. One entry per person! Please stay fair! Your IP address gets logged when you comment, so we can see if you try to enter several times. Leave a comment on the giveaway page with the keyword(s) stated there. Leave a valid email address when commenting. It will only be used by us for contacting the winners and nothing else! Enter said email address into the “email” field, do not add it to the comment field as that one is public! We will send an email to the winners with the code(s) you’ve won. If your email address is invalid, we may not be able to send you the code! The giveaway will have a stated deadline. All valid entries (as stated under no. 1 and no. 2) posted before the deadline will be entered into the drawing. No debating about the outcome! Unless otherwise stated in the respective giveaway, we will randomly choose the winners. This is done by me making … [Read more...] about Rules and Important Notes for our Giveaways