Cambodia Kingdom of Wonder

May 10, 2010 Comments off

We are ready for you visit and business making. Come to visit Cambodia Kingdom of Wonder (golden land of culture). Download the song “Cambodia Kingdom of Wonder” in English version:




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Google Gadgets For Your Webpage

May 10, 2010 Comments off

With google gadgets your webpage will become more joyfull, interesting and usefull because google provide over 149997 applications to integrate in your page. You just copy a few line of javascript code to embed in page code, your webpage will show a lots applications.

Google Analytics “Visitor Counter” Badge for WordPress Blogs

May 10, 2010 Comments off

analytics visitor counter analytics hit counter

You probably use the FeedBurner badge to show the count of your feed subscribers and Twitter badge to display the number of your followers on Twitter. Now there’s a new badge in town to display visitor data from Google Analytics onto your WordPress powered website.

Called Google Analyticar, this plug-in uses the Google Analytics API to prepare a stats widget that will show statistics (unique visitors and page views) about yesterday’s visitors on your site.

Sitemeter and Statcounter too offer similar ‘visitor counter’ badges but since all of us have Google Analytics by default, the Analytics badge may come more handy.

The same Google Analytics plugin also includes tracking of external links as well as clicks on downloadable files like PDF, MP3, etc

Dynamic drag drop withQuery and PHP

May 10, 2010 Comments off

Drag’n drop generally looks hard-to-apply but it is definitely not by using JavaScript frameworks. Here is, how it is done by using jQuery & jQuery UI. With this sample you will be able to save the update block to database using php and mysql.




Technologies for web developer

April 9, 2010 Comments off

1. CSS3, HTML5 and Fonts as a Service 



CSS3, HTML5, and Fonts as a Service such as Typekit that cater to web browsers that already support the @font-face rule, are giving web designers the creative freedom that they have been coveting for a long time. 

CSS3 is opening up various new options for styling content on the web, from multiple backgrounds on page elements, better ability to select and style elements with greater specificity, and color gradients without reliance on static graphics, to simpler aesthetical improvements such as support for rounded corners without the need for complicated sliding doors techniques or JavaScript. 

HTML5 is slowly but surely changing the way we mark up our pages, bringing us closer to the holy grail of the semantic web, opening up native support for open format multimedia such as video and audio, and bringing us better ways to interoperate with the content of a website. 

Another change that web designers have been wishing for is being able to use any font on a web page, without using static CSS background image replacement or relying on JavaScript and Flash. The development of tools like Typekit and greater support for the @font-face rule are enabling site builders to use a much wider range of fonts in their design. 

2. JavaScript 



Whilst CSS3/HTML5 has started to step on the toes of JavaScript, JavaScript itself has started to inch into the territory of Flash. The growth of frameworks such as jQuery and has made rich client-side interaction and asynchronous/seamless user experiences a reality. This leads to easier deployments of web applications, which in turn, increases competition, which in turn, leads to innovation.

JavaScript is already stepping into what, in the past, we would associate as being Flash’s territory, such as interactive games (which can be used for training and distance-learning applications) and complex and interactive data visualization. It should also enable us to replicate rich interfaces and flash type experiences in a much more accessible way.

And very recently, 10 years after the last major revision, JavaScript (known as ECMAscript in web standards organizations) has just finished a major revision of its specifications for the language. Once browser companies adopt these standards, web developers will be provided with more tools to improve their capabilities in creating web applications.

3. Software as a Service (SaaS)

Software as a Service business models have been knocking around for years. Top-notch SaaS such as 37 Signals products and Google Enterprise are more commonplace now than ever before.

The competition is fierce; the technologies are becoming affordable and requiring little upfront costs, which gives the little guys a chance to compete with the bigger guys. In the next year, we’ll see this competition increase, and hopefully, the outcome is innovation in web apps.

CSS Techniques

April 8, 2010 Comments off

1. Replace all css format

background-color:#F00 !important;

2. CSS Media

@media print {
body { font-size: 10pt }
}
@media screen {
body { font-size: 13px }
}
@media screen, print {
body { line-height: 1.2 }
}

3. CSS for XML

XML Sample

XML Sample

INSTRUMENT { display: inline; color:#F00;}
ARTICLE, HEADLINE, AUTHOR, PARA { display: block }

4. CSS hack for IE browser

*html div#test { background-color:#6F9;}/* Hack for IE6 */
*+html div#test { background-color:#C93;} /* Hack for IE7 */

CSS hack for IE8

CSS hack for IE8