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Best Google Ads Placement for Discussion Forums

Discussion Forums or Boards are places where users visit every single day to discuss on a range of topics. There are the members who normally would try to stay away from advertisements or even ignore them and their focus is to reply or stay updated on the all the threads and topics published. Hence, its […]


jQuery Against Flash

On near 1996, Macromedia realsed their product called Macromedia Flash which is vector based animation platform. Using Flash, web designer were now able to make animation using a timeline as video. Only one thing is annoying to enjoy flash stuff is macromedia flash player, that need to install. When, Javascript is arrive on around 1997, […]

jQuery Advantages and Disadvantages

What is jQuery? jQuery is basically a JavaScript library and it was designed to make the client-side scripting of HTML more simple. The person responsible for its birth is John Resig at BarCamp NYC in 2006. It is an open-source software and dual-licensed by MIT License and the GNU General Public License. Version 2. jQuery […]

Best Google Ads Placement for Games Sites

Gaming Sites are those where the audience mainly ranges between 8-24 who actually visit the site on a daily basis to beat scores. The overall impressions are very high for advertisements displayed, while the CTR is very less because regular games would not be willing to click on the advertisements. Hence its important to make […]

Easy Steps to Optimize Your Website

You can write million things on website optimization for speed. Here are few of them important steps which need to consider for the same. 1. Run your images through smushit.com. While it’s obvious to keep your image sizes down as low as possible, it’s not as obvious that some image editing programs like photoshop can […]

Optimizing MySQL: Queries and Indexes

The database is just too slow. Queries are queuing up, backlogs growing, users being refused connection. Management is ready to spend millions on “upgrading” to some other system, when the problem is really that MySQL is simply not being used properly. Badly defined or non-existent indexes are one of the primary reasons for poor performance, […]