WordPress is an excellent blogging engine. It is easy to setup and even easier to use. It has got a huge collection of themes and plugins. Because of all these things WordPress has got so widespread use.
WordPress has the concept of categories to segregate posts in different types.Â When number of posts in some category becomes really huge, its good to make a separate website for this particular category.
I faced similar problem for one of my website and I decided to migrate all of my posts in â€œXYZâ€ category to a different domain.
CSS is Awesome, but â€œCSS3â€ is Awesomely Awesome.
With CSS3 we can make our pages even more beautiful without using additional images and extra markup.
In this post I have tried to make tooltips using CSS3. This is just a sample implementation for tooltip, you can have even better variants.
Yesterday I wrote about a beautiful implementation for nag screen using mootools and CSS3. Thanks for all of my visitor for showing interest in it.
Considering requests from some of the users, I have also worked on its jQuery version. In jQuery version I have also tried to remove the bugs pointed out by one of the user.
Nagscreen : Messages on the webpage that reminds (or nags) the user to register, or show some notification. These messages appear on the webpage in a way to seek user attention. Here in this post we’ll be creating beautiful and dynamic Nag Screen using Mootools.
When we want to show lots of content in limited screen space, Slideshows comes to rescue. Making use of slideshows is the optimal way to present large amount of information. In this post i’ll walk you through the process of making a very simple(minimilistic) slideshow using Mootools / Jquery.
You must have seen various types of slideshows around the web. Creating such slideshow is also very simple. With little smart code one can make it very quickly.
As it is said â€œA picture is worth a thousand wordsâ€, similarly I believe a demo is worth a thousand words.