A favicon or also known as “Favorites Icon” is a small graphic that is associated with a web page or a whole website. Sometimes favicon is also known as a shortcut icon, website icon, URL icon or a bookmark icon. It is normally sized at 16×16, 32×32 or 64×64 pixel square icon. Most site favicons are designed as a small rendition of their logo or other branding mechanism. They are seen on tab bars, bookmarks or favorites menu/manager or even on your RSS feeds like Google Reader and others.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you’ll create your own favicon using Adobe Photoshop.
WordPress is getting more popular each day but also many people didn’t know how WordPress works in the inside and in this post you’ll see how easy a WordPress theme works. So for bloggers or for anyone who wants to design there own WordPress theme but have no idea how to basically start or don’t know what to do, this is a good start for you to read and see.
With the launch of iPad, website developers are now facing a number of complex problems that are intimately associated with the layout of a website. However, you need to have a fair level of authority on CSS if you wish to ride past these trivial issues easily. This is the reason why not every experienced web developer is up against arms against iPad. Actually managing CSS3 is not much of a challenge unless you are a novice in this field. However, the platform is certainly new and therefore, you need to tread on cautiously. There are a number of issues that you need to give utmost attention and some of them are described in details below…
Client: ”Can you make the ‘About Us’ link say ‘About Us – Everyone welcome’?”
Me: “Sure, but…why?”
Client: ”I’m afraid people might not know they’re allowed to click that link. They might think it’s private. We need them to know it’s okay for them to go there.”
Me: ”But none of the links on your site are private. Why are you concerned with that specific one?”
Client: “Good point. You’d better add ‘Everyone welcome’ to all the links on the site.”
For Web Designers & some Developers, having a Cheat Sheet a really big help and what we have here is a very good-looking and easy to navigate CSS Cheat Sheet. You can print it and put it on you wall JPG & PDF formats are available for download.
Here’s an Open Source (GPLv3) All-in-One Media Player that is written in jQuery and can deliver ANY TYPE of Web Media. It can play HTML5, YouTube and Vimeo Videos and Flash Contents. WOW! So if you have too many different types of web media contents that you want for your user to have an access with all of them in one place, this player is definitely for you!