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Very Simple jQuery plugins 

Here we are looking some very simple jQuery plugins. This are simple but very useful while achieving some bigger things.
1) Move table rows with arrows in jQuery?
2) Add table row as first child in jQuery
3) Check if an element is hidden with jQuery
4) Find the check box is checked or not

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Make Money Online with Your Photography 

Yes it’s not so hard to make money with selling photos clicked by you. I think you all love photography so before spend money to buy DSLR consider about your smartphone camera. You may think that it is bit crazy thing to earn money with selling your clicks, but it is true.

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Top 7 WhatsApp Tips and Tricks 

WhatsApp lovers now happier after announcement from founder “Jan Koum” that the company is dropping the service’s annual subscription fee. Till date, this app has been free for first year and 55 rupees in India. We all know very well that WhatsApp is the world’s largest growing mobile application in recent few years.

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Top 5 HTML5 Questions and Answers 

Now a days html5 becoming a standard and it’s markup is supported by all the major latest browsers. In this markup language so many new elements added and some are deprecated.

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The Difference Between ID and Class 

Use IDs when there is only one occurrence per page. Use classes when there are one or more occurrences per page.
Classes and ID’s don’t have any styling information to them all by themselves. They require CSS to target them and apply styling.

In the CSS, a class selector is a name preceded by a full stop (.) and an ID selector is a name preceded by a hash character (#).

So the CSS might look something like:

#top {
background-color: #ccc;
padding: 1em

.intro {
color: red;
font-weight: bold;
The HTML refers to the CSS by using the attributes id and class. It could look something like this:

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Design Guide Web 2.0 

Web 2.0 Design is both an art and science in designing rich surfaces with clean layout, cute icons, bigger text, smooth gradients and reflections. Greater the website visibility, higher the brand credibility. Now with proven, time-tested and hands-on Web 2.0 Design Training from IMRI experts, you can enhance your core skill sets and competencies.

The basic characters of web 2.0 design include user friendly controls, slick user interface, aesthetically appeasing, and appealing layout that altogether keep visitors hooked. A Web 2.0 site allows users to interact and collaborate with each other in a social media dialogue as creators of user-generated content in a virtual community, in contrast to websites where users (consumers) are limited to the passive viewing of content that was created for them
Features and Benefits of web 2.0



The font options, resources, skills and textual works that are associated with publishing, including “:online publishing”, ie. the creation of web pages. (in short the art and skill of designing letters and words.)

Design and Typography go hand in hand, designers the world over use typography in logo’s, advertisements, packaging and posters. It can make any piece of work stand out from the crowd.

Typography (from the Greek words τύπος(typos) = form and γραφή(graphy) = writing) is the art and technique of arranging type. The arrangement of type involves the selection of typefaces, point size, line length, leading (line spacing), adjusting the spaces between groups of letters (tracking) and adjusting the space between pairs of letters (kerning). Type design is a closely related craft, which some consider distinct and others a part of typography; most typographers do not design typefaces, and some type designers do not consider themselves typographers.

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Thematic WordPress Child Theme 

Don’t Panic: Some content is a copy-pasted here that shows you how to quickly create a WordPress child theme that looks just like the basic Thematic style. A perfect place to start messing around with the look of your theme. No programming skills are required.

What is a Theme framework? And why use it?

Basically, a Theme framework is a WordPress theme that you can extend using functions, styles and child themes.
Child themes are most of the times two files: function.php and style.css. An optional directory containing images can be used as well. Child themes can’t work without a parent theme, which is a synonym for “Theme framework”.

So, why use a Theme framework instead of a “classic” theme? The answer is quite simple: When you need to modify one of WordPress’ functionalities, you don’t edit the core file. Instead, you use a plugin of a hook to modify what you need without editing the core files. That way, you can customize WordPress to fit your needs while at the same time being able to upgrade it without loosing your mods.

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