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Getting Started with HTML 5

HTML5 is coming quicker than a lot of web designers are probably aware. You’ve probably seen the stories that it won’t actually be usable until 2022 but in reality, you can actually start using it today. Not all web browsers support CSS2.1, not all visitors are using software capable of using JavaScript but that doesn’t […]


How to Start with PHP

Here I have describe how to easily start programming with PHP. First What exactly needed to start, 1) Webserver – Apache 2) MySql 3) PHP All these you can get from one package called WAMP you can download it from here http://www.wampserver.com/en/download.php Download suitable file and install into your local system, then start wamp server, […]

How to Get Your Websites Google Page Rank Up

What is PageRank? PageRank is a numeric value that represents how vital a page is on the web. Google figures that when one page links to another page, it is effectively casting a vote for the other page. The more votes that are cast for a page, the more important the page must be. Also, […]

How to Set .htaccess php_value

There is a simple syntax to that answers how to set htaccess php_value for example if we want to set max_execution_time, php_value max_execution_time 120 Above code put in your apache htaccess file will set the configuration. How about You? Feel Free to comment on this.

Getting Started with HTML 5

HTML5 is coming quicker than a lot of web designers are probably aware. You’ve probably seen the stories that it won’t actually be usable until 2022 but in reality, you can actually start using it today. Not all web browsers support CSS2.1, not all visitors are using software capable of using JavaScript but that doesn’t […]

User Signup Using Facebook

Using Facebook registration plug-in where users can easily sign up on your website using Facebook data. With one simple Facebook login the form will be filled with user appropriate data. This plug-in is a simple iframe you can place it anywhere on your webpage. You can also add a custom field if Facebook doesn’t have. […]