Browser Trends September 2014: Chrome Is the Top Mobile Browser

Last month’s browser trends report was all about mobiles. It’s a recurring theme in the latest figures from StatCounter. Worldwide Desktop & Tablet Browser Statistics, July to August 2014 The following table shows browser usage movements during the past month. Browser July August change relative IE (all) 21.36% 20.31% -1.05% -4.90% IE11 9.08% 9.10% +0.02% +0.20% IE10 3.34% 3.05% -0.29% -8.70% IE9 3.30% 3.12% -0.18% -5.50% IE8 5.22% 4.68% -0.54% -10.30% IE7 0.14% 0.14% +0.00% +0.00% IE6 0.28% 0.22% -0.06% -21.40% Chrome 45.39% 46.37% +0.98% +2.20% Firefox 17.50% 17.48% -0.02% -0.10% Safari 4.41% 4.42% +0.01% +0.20% iPad Safari 6.16% 6.38% … Continue reading Browser Trends September 2014: Chrome Is the Top Mobile Browser

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8 Online Payment Options That Aren’t PayPal

When most people think of online payments, one name comes to mind: PayPal. But for all PayPal’s strengths, it’s a bad idea to rely on it as the single system to accept payments on your site. Monopolies are never healthy, and you need to diversify your payment channels. Why You Need PayPal Alternatives There are plenty of reasons why you should support multiple payment options, but here are several of the most important ones: Your partners or customers can’t always make or accept PayPal payments. This is the major reason to offer payment alternatives. There are always people who can’t … Continue reading 8 Online Payment Options That Aren’t PayPal

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Top 10 Programming Languages in 2014

1. Java What it is: Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems in the 1990s. It’s one of the most in-demand programming languages, a standard for enterprise software, web-based content, games and mobile apps, as well as the Android operating system. Java is designed to work across multiple software platforms, meaning a program written on Mac OS X, for example, could also run on Windows.   2. C Language What it is: A general-purpose, imperative programming language developed in the early ’70s, C is the oldest and most widely used language, providing the building blocks for … Continue reading Top 10 Programming Languages in 2014

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Prevent White Flash While iFrame Loads

Problem <!– NO! Bad! –> {iframe style=”visibility:hidden;” onload=”this.style.visibility = ‘visible’;” src=”../examples/inlineframes1.html” } {/iframe} (since WP dont allow me top place an iframe with <> :p, make sure to replace { } with <>) //———————————————————————————————————————– Solution // Prevent variables from being global  (function () { /* 1. Inject CSS which makes iframe invisible */ var div = document.createElement(‘div’), ref = document.getElementsByTagName(‘base’)[0] || document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0]; div.innerHTML = ‘&shy;<style> iframe { visibility: hidden; } </style>’; ref.parentNode.insertBefore(div, ref); /* 2. When window loads, remove that CSS, making iframe visible again */ window.onload = function() { div.parentNode.removeChild(div); } })(); Just include that on any page (in … Continue reading Prevent White Flash While iFrame Loads

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AbsurdJS or Why I Wrote My Own CSS Preprocessor

As a front-end developer, I’m writing a lot of CSS and using pure CSS is not the most efficient way nowadays. CSS preprocessors are something which have helped me a lot. My first impression was that I finally found the perfect tool. These have a bunch of features, great support, free resources and so on. This is all true and it still applies, but after several projects, I realized that the world is not so perfect. There are two main CSS preprocessors – LESS and SASS. There are some others, but I have experience with only these two. In the … Continue reading AbsurdJS or Why I Wrote My Own CSS Preprocessor

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10 Creative Loading Effects for Your Website

People hate waiting. It is a fact that web designers and developers should accept. It has been quite a maxim that as designers, we shouldn’t make our viewers wait. This is because many people tend to get bored and choose a website that loads faster. And that, my friend, is a big no-no. However, waiting is seemingly inevitable. Despite modern internet connection speeds, some browsers still take time to load web elements. So it becomes a need to make people still want to visit your website even if it takes a little bit of time when they load it. There … Continue reading 10 Creative Loading Effects for Your Website

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Weekly Give Away

Howdy Guys, it’s been a while since we are up and running with posts followed by our regular followers and we decided to give stuff (something more usefull ) every week regarding web, tech, etc… in order to appreciate our followers for being with us. This week we’re giving away this template: DEMO | DOWNLOAD Hope you guys like it ,stay tuned and keep reading  🙂 Continue reading Weekly Give Away

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Top most used PHP Script 2013

Here we are with the new and fresh PHP scripts . Hopefully you’ll like these PHP scripts. Here you will find registration system scripts, gallery scripts, Facebook scripts, audio scripts, custom CMS scripts, calculator scripts and much more. Review base Review base is a PHP system which allows you to create a review base website. You can use it any kind of reviews such as schools, locations, games, restaurants, artist, movies etc. Secure-PHP-Login & Registration System Secure PHP login and Registration system is built with Bootstrap and PHP. The login and registration module is highly secure with advanced Blowfish encryption … Continue reading Top most used PHP Script 2013

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Mobile First With Bootstrap 3

Ok so a couple of weeks now, on it’s very own two year anniversary Mark Otto and the rest of the guys responsible for the develop and maintenance of Bootstrap announced the official release of the framework’s third version, and it came on steroids, let’s see what we’re getting.   What’s New? First off, the most important changes you’re going to find in the new Bootstrap release is the support for responsive websites, as a matter of fact the responsive module has been removed. Now, from its core, Bootstrap is responsive, more than that, this new version comes with the … Continue reading Mobile First With Bootstrap 3

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How Web 3.0 Will Work

You’ve decided to go see a movie and grab a bite to eat afterward. You’re in the mood for a comedy and some incredibly spicy Mexican food. Booting up your PC, you open a Web browser and head to Google to search for theater, movie and restaurant information. You need to know which movies are playing in the theaters near you, so you spend some time reading short descriptions of each film before making your choice. Also, you want to see which Mexican restaurants are close to each of these theaters. And, you may want to check for customer reviews … Continue reading How Web 3.0 Will Work

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