HTML5 introduced the progress bar element, which allows us to show the progress of certain tasks, like uploads or downloads, basically anything that is in progress In this article, we will discuss how to add this element in the document, how to style it with CSS and animate the progress … Continue reading »
Have you heard of cloud gaming? We recently featured Cloud Gaming in our 5 Exciting Emerging Trends of Future Gaming. In this post we will look into what’s been developing in the cloud gaming arena. Cloud Gaming uses the latest streaming and server technology to enable everything from standard games … Continue reading »
Today, we are going to doing an experiment with CSS3 Animation. In our previous post, we discussed how to re-create “marquee” effect using CSS3 Animation. This time, we will try to create a “notification bar” with bounce effect. So, let’s get started. View Demo Getting Started Let’s create a new … Continue reading »
Online business veterans know it’s the little things that set a company apart from the competition. Newbies will quickly learn that fact! No matter what your level of expertise, there are certain things you are probably overlooking when it comes to your website’s design. The perfect example is your site’s favicon. Do you know what a favicon is? Are you using yours effectively?
Are you thinking about starting a blog right now or in the near future? Well, what’s taking you so long?Jokes aside, Its important to know your reasons for starting your own blog. There are millions of blogs out there, However just because there are lots of them, it doesn’t mean that each and every blog is doing well financially.
Tired of manually changing access permissions of your Google Drive files? It will be easier to set a cease-sharing date, something like an expiration date for the sharing permission. Beyond this date, the file no longer can be shared with the person you share it to. By adding this Google … Continue reading »
Getting tired of the dull trivial brochures that you get on the streets? When you receive brochures of this kind, what do you do with them? Do you take a quick look and then dump it in the nearest available trash can? That’s not what these brochure makers want. They want to hook you in, make you read the information inside. But in order to do that, they have to be pretty creative to make you keep reading.
We were all kids once. If you agree to that, we assume that you like cartoonish artworks as well. Even some of us who are well into adulthood fall to the allure and the attention-grabbing powers of cartoon-inspired artwork. Their tongue-in-cheek cuteness and sometimes childhood-memory-evoking powers make them the perfect … Continue reading »
In our previous posts on CSS Pre-processors, we have discussed how we can calculate length with their special functions. To tell the truth, we can also do similar things in CSS3 with the new function named calc(). In this post, we will see how to utilize this function in the … Continue reading »
Every year, thousands of children go missing. A report reveals that a child goes missing in the UK every 3 minutes and the travesty is getting worse. In many parts of the world, losing a child is not something we should be lackadaisical about. In mere seconds, a child could … Continue reading »
In the previous MongoDB’s guide for beginner’s, I’ve covered the importance and terminology of MongoDB as well as how to setup Mongo on Windows and Mac. Resuming where we left off, today we’re going to look into some basic and usefull shell commands for MongoDB. Recommended Reading: MongoDB For Beginners: … Continue reading »
If you have seen YouTube recently you may notice one glaring omission from their website layout. Their design lacks the ability to fold responsively as you resize the browser window. It’s strange how the layout does not even contract to a smaller width; YouTube is currently designed using a fixed-width … Continue reading »