Featured Posts

Pure CSS DropDown Menu using :target pseudo class

Today, CSS3 has become a buzzword of modern web designers and developers around the globe. With its ground-breaking features, CSS3 has made a profound impact on the web designer community by making the lives of web designers easier and fun filled. Here in this post I am going to explain such a cool CSS3 feature called :target Pseudo Class. By playing around and experimenting with the :target pseudo class, I have developed a cool looking pure CSS dropdown menu. This ...

Read More

My first wordpress plugin – Delicious Bookmark Button with realtime bookmark count

del.icio.us needs no introduction, and if you still do not use delicious bookmarking service, there is something obviously missing in your life! Delicious is a famous social bookmarking site that has achieved rapid popularity and growth ever since it was being purchased by Yahoo Inc in 2005. Delicious is my all-time favorite bookmarking service. Many features have contributed to this, including the website's simple interface, human-readable URL scheme, a novel domain name, a simple REST-like API, and RSS feeds for ...

Read More

Free High-Resolution Social-Media Iconset - PriceTag Style

I am really happy to present my first FREE icon set here, which was actually created to use in my personal blog, but later I have decided to share it online. There are total 18 social media icons including twitter, facebook, linkedin, orkut, myspace etc... and it comes in two sizes of transparent PNG 24-bit format. The photoshop source file (PSD) is also included, so that you can modify and create different versions if required. And they are all free, ...

Read More

Cool Sprites – Free overlapped CSS menu using CSS Sprites

It is said that 70 to 80 percentage of the end-user response time is spent on the front-end. A major portion of this time is exhausted on downloading all the external components in a web page including, stylesheet, images, scripts, flash etc. An extra HTTP request adds 200+ milliseconds to a page (worldwide average). Since most of today’s browsers limit about 3 or 4 parallel requests at a time, a page with so many external references can cause the ...

Read More

RGBa vs Opacity: The Difference Explained

To be able to effectively handle the alpha transparency or opacity of a particular element purely using CSS/HTML was the dream of any web designer. Because, with alpha transparency or opacity they can make visually more beautiful and easily maintainable websites with less effort. Now with CSS3 we can achieve these using properties such as RGBa and Opacity. What is RGBa? In addition to RGB (Red Blue Green) CSS3 has introduced a new feature to color setting, which is called RGBA. ...

Read More

The 5 most fundamental components of a successful eCommerce store website elaborated

By: Deepu Balan on 05/4/17 2:47 PM No Comments »
An ideal amalgamation of eye-catching design and exhaustive features is responsible behind the success of any eCommerce website. Customers are usually enticed with the elements such as comprehensive list of products to choose from, easy payment options and real-time customer service support. A customer-centric e commerce website imparts boost in the sales of products and also aids in the improvement of brand reputation. Here is the list of some of the indispensable elements of an eCommerce website Engaging Content The awareness of the brand in the market is accelerated through the administration of engaging content in your e-commerce store, along […] Continue Reading...

What is mobile first indexing and how will it affect your business?

By: Deepu Balan on 04/25/17 11:27 AM No Comments »
You may have heard mobile first indexing being mentioned, but not be aware of what it will mean for your business. The fact is, this is an important change in the world of SEO so you need to pay attention to it. Failure to do so could lead to you losing out on precious search engine rankings. The aim of this article is to improve your awareness of mobile first indexing. Reading it should make you aware of how to be better prepared for when it becomes a reality, in the latter part of 2017. What is mobile first indexing? […] Continue Reading...

WordPress Templates Vs Custom Themes – What To Choose

By: Deepu Balan on 03/17/17 6:04 PM No Comments »
Whether you’ve just started using your WordPress website and are searching for the right design or you already have one and simply want to update its looks, finding the right WordPress theme can be a tricky business. Choosing between custom themes and ready-made templates may boil down to a number of available resources, but the cost difference is hardly the only issue. It’s important to look beyond than just the price and focus on all factors that should shape the final decision. It’s more than a simple price issue! Granted, the price is a rather important aspect to most people. […] Continue Reading...

A guide to boost visibility of your mobile application on google play store

By: Deepu Balan on 03/1/17 11:26 AM No Comments »
Over the last couple of years, mobile applications have gained huge popularity due to its enormous benefits and features. Today, almost all the businesses have adopted a mobile application to expand their business worldwide and target new customers. With many apps that are being launched regularly, it becomes quite difficult for app developers to develop a high-end app that survives without going the extra mile. Building an application is not enough, it is important to work relentlessly to make it popular on the Google Play Store. If you have recently developed an android mobile app and looking forward to increasing […] Continue Reading...

Ionic 2 Vs Ionic 1 – What Works Better For Your Mobile App Development?

By: Ajit Jain on 02/23/17 11:30 AM No Comments »
Ionic now and then has been instrumental in the development of some amazing apps. In fact, it is the most popular cross-platform technology for mobile app development. It has stimulated many enterprises since its introduction on this challenging domain. It was peddled as a revolutionary and robust HTML5 framework for developers. However, despite its functionalities and features, Ionic development was plagued by its reliance on Angular 2. Though, there is ample community support to assist whenever you get stuck. Then, Ionic 2 entered as a refreshing new version of this popular framework inculcating several astonishing modifications. Currently, this iteration is […] Continue Reading...

Stun and Amaze With Your Website Design

By: Deepu Balan on 02/9/17 11:03 AM Comments Off on Stun and Amaze With Your Website Design
People are visually oriented these days and you must stun and amaze them with your website design. Slapping a few pretty pictures on your Home page is not going to do the trick. There are tools out there that help you create an enticing experience that will keep your visitors on your front page and encourage them to click through to your other pages. How your website is set up is the first step in creating a user-friendly space. What people see is your second consideration. Navigational Structure When mapping out your small business website design, the first thing you must do […] Continue Reading...