How to Create your Own Customized Favicon using Photoshop

Posted on: February 16th, 2011 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 2 Comments

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.

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A new way of creating websites for iPad

Posted on: July 20th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 2 Comments
iPad Safari

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…

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5 steps on how to make your video searchable on Google

Posted on: July 18th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment

A short video by Nelson Lee, Product Manager at Google on How you can set you video to get searched at Google. Since many are uploading videos everyday it’s really hard to compete but with the right steps and info, you can be sure that you’re video will come up soon on Google’s Search Engine.

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Free Alternative Project Management System to Basecamp using Joomla and ProjectFork

Posted on: July 17th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 10 Comments

Basecamp ushered in an era of simplistic, no-frills project management brought on by saturation of complicated project management software like Microsoft Project. Since then, many SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) project managers popped up in competition with Basecamp and it’s model.

Another era began roughly around the same time. The era of Open-Source CMS software such as Joomla! and mass adoption by large and small businesses alike. More and more business are moving to Joomla! for its low associated cost and access to many powerful extensions. One such Joomla! extension is Projectfork, a free Open-Source project management solution.

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Turning your Hoodie into a Laptop Bag

Posted on: July 16th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment
Laptop Sweater Bag

This is a very nice and creative way on how you’ll can make your hoodie/sweater into a laptop bag. 9 steps and wolla! Your good to go 🙂

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How to automatically shutdown your PC using the Command Prompt

Posted on: June 15th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment
Shutting down your PC automatically using the Command Prompt

Many of us, have already experienced this, that we had to leave our computers but there are some running programs or task that still need to run and finish, maybe its your Anti-Virus running, you’re Downloading something or Defragmenting or any task your doing with PC wherein you can’t just leave the computer running all […]

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CSS 2 & 3 Cheat Sheets – Making Designer’s Life Easy

Posted on: May 27th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments
CSS3 Cheat Sheet

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.

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Ways on examing Short URLs before visiting them

Posted on: May 26th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments Screen Shot

Nowadays, ever since Twitter and other social networking sites become popular and with some of them has a limit on how you can Tweet or post a message, Shortening URLs have became the solutions for your link to fit on your post. But with this rampantly used you can never know what’s the real URL of the link you are clicking to since it has been shortened already unless you go to the link first and see it for yourself, where in sometimes it only leads you to anything not related or worse that it might lead you on downloading a Virus, Spyware or Adware. So beware before clicking to those shortened URLs.

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