I just gave myself a challenge to master 2 new programming languages by the end of this year 2010. In a nutshell that’s a holidays season gift to myself and my business: knowledge is power.
Anyway I just “cracked open” the PDF tutorial I downloaded online. Yeah, I read more e-books these days then their hard copy counterparts. It’s more convenient and instantaneous.
I know it’s almost the end of the year and most people are starting to make plan for their holidays shopping. Me, no. Instead I am giving myself a challenge to master 2 new programming languages (Ruby and Python) by the end of December 2010.
People have being looking for a toolbar for Chrome browser to display the famous Google PageRank bar of the web page currently visited web page.
Well there isn’t one, unless somebody can tell me otherwise.
In a forum where I am an active member, I recently offered a quick solution to create a password protected page where the visitor does not need to register in order to access the page information. The server-side code of page in question is written in PHP but one can use any other language to get the same results. Read more
Email communication is without any doubt one of the most important traffic on the internet. The very first thing most of us do in the morning after “booting up” the computer is to log into our email account to read our email mail while sipping some coffee (or tea for the rest of us).
I receive an email this morning from a client I just provided Dreamweaver Training to.
Here it is:
A quick question for you…I’m wondering about the differences between using tables, layers, and floating divs (is that what you call what we used yesterday with CSS?) When would someone want to use one vs. the others? Layers seem to be the easiest way to create your layout the way you want it, but I’m wondering what the drawbacks are to that? Also wondering how you might combine two or more methods to create your layout?
Google the web search giant has just released its very own web browser named Google Chrome.
Although Google Chrome is still in Beta stage, I am really delighted by the test drive I gave it today.
You can download it from http://www.google.com/chrome
The installation process of google chrome is simple and fast. Only make sure your firewall allows the installer to connect to the web to download the files needed.
The Popularity Constest Plugin written by Alex King adds functionality to your WordPress blog: it displays a list the most popular posts in your blog’ sidebar based on the post / category / archive views, comments made by visitors, trackbacks,…
- New admin panel since WordPress 2.5 is more visually appealing with a light blue color but I am a little bias here since that color is almost the same as my web site’s
- The visual editor has media section with icons to add “image”, “video”, “audio” or any other “media”.
The WordPress Featured Video Plugin is a very useful and powerful feature to add in your wordpress blog.
* It reads and displays a video in your wordpress blog post.
* All you need is tag the video HTML code as follows:
[youtube:url to your video] (e.g. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o84PE871BE]) or taggged [googlevideo:url] (e.g. [googlevideo:http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=8577255250907450469])