Tagged: how to start with html5


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. […]

Export Data to CSV Using PHP

It is many time we need to export table data to CSV in our most of applications. There is a simple code to export data to CSV using PHP Code: if($_GET[‘action’] == ‘export’) { $titlearr = array(“Heading 1″,”Heading 2″,”Heading 3″,”Heading 3″,”Heading 4″); $q = mysql_query(“select field1, field2, field3. field4 from where table”); $columns = count($titlearr); […]

How to Increase Adsense Income

Google Adsense is the most easy way to generate ad revenue from your blog. But if it should be well utilized and manged. Here are some tips How to Increase Adsense Income: Mentioned here are the simple ways to increase your Adsense Revenue: 1. Place banner on top Always remember that the first impressions is […]

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, […]

How to Change The Value of a PHP Setting

You can apply custom PHP settings on a per-folder basis using a local php.ini file. For example, you need register_globals set to Off in a directory. For this purpose you should log in your cPanel and go to the File Manager. There navigate to the directory where you’d like this setting applied. In this directory […]