Showing posts with label HTML. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HTML. Show all posts

Sunday, 1 June 2014

WordPress Is Not The Only Way People Can Create A Blog

One of the most popular methods in recent memory that people have used to create blogs is WordPress, which is a software platform that novice and experts can use to develop blogs for a variety of purposes. There are several reasons why WordPress is a popular method to develop blogs; however, one of the main reasons is based on its own popularity because people are able to find many features and themes that are aimed at WordPress users. Therefore, it is relatively easy for most people to find a WordPress theme or features to meet their purpose for a blog.

Even though WordPress provides many features and themes along with a platform that is reliable, many people prefer to use other methods for creating blogs. One of the other methods that people use is HTML. For people unfamiliar with HTML, which is short for HyperText Markup Language, it is the standard markup language used to create web pages.

When people refer to blogs, many people think that it is different than a website. However, a blog is basically a website. In general terms, a website is a group of related web pages that are served from a single domain. The word blog is used instead of the more technically correct term website because the word blog is a better reference point to the purpose of a blog, which is to chronicle specific activities on a daily basis.

For people interested in using HTML to create a blog, there are certain things that people should consider such as web design and SEO. The reason that web design and SEO are important regarding the use of HTML is because both are necessary to create a good blog. Web design commonly referred to as website design and SEO commonly referred to as Search Engine Optimization take time to learn properly; however, once the skills and techniques are learned, people can create high quality blogs that can match the look or features of any WordPress blog.

Additionally, HTML code is the backbone for many WordPress themes. Therefore, as people learn the basics of HTML, people can look at the core HTML code behind WordPress themes to make modifications to WordPress themes based on the HTML code. Also, people can view the HTML code for current WordPress themes to think of ways to add various capabilities to their HTML blogs.

Regarding website design, it is the primary component of a good website. In addition, website design encompasses the appearance, functions, and capabilities of a website, and search engine optimization concerns the structure of a website in relation to its ability to do well in search engine results for specific keywords. As people learn website design and search engine optimization, they are able to create blogs that are visibly appealing, efficient, perform well in search engine results, and provide a good user experience.

Currently WordPress is a popular method that people use to create blogs. However, HTML is also a popular method, and HTML is also a core component of WordPress themes. In relation to blogs, HTML is very important. The people who decide to use HTML to create their blogs not only have a popular method at their disposal, but these people can use their HTML knowledge to modify existing WordPress blogs that contain HTML code.

Author - To learn more about web design, visit the blog of Brisbane agency Orange Digital. There you will find posts on responsive web design, mobile web optimisation and search engine tactics.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Styling Tables With CSS

Styling dinner tables in not so easy unlike HTML tables. Using CSS to style a table is easy, and greatly simplifies the markup. Seriously, for the first time it looks a bit hard, but it's just too easy. At times it seems that tables are a little misunderstood in modern web development. A have one suggestion for you, "don't use tables" "don't use tables for layout."

Anyways, Before we dive into the CSS, let’s consider the key structural elements of tables you will need to style clearly:

  • Table headings
  • Table data cells
Here is our basic HTML mark-up:



<td>John Cena</td>
<td>The Champ</td>
<td>Attitude Adjustment</td>
<td>CM Punk</td>
<td>Best In The World</td>
<td>Go To Sleep</td>
<td>The Undertaker</td>
<td>Dead Man</td>
<td>Tombstomb Piledriver</td>
<td>Shawn Michaels</td>
<td>Sweet Chin Music</td>
<td>Rated R Superstar</td>


Without CSS, it will something like this:

Name Nickname Finisher
John Cena The Champ Attitude Adjustment
CM Punk Best In The World Go To Sleep
The Undertaker Dead Man Tombstomb Piledriver
Shawn Michaels HBK Sweet Chin Music
Edge Rated R Superstar Spear

The first decision is how wide to make the table. The browser default is the same as setting table { width: auto; }, which results in the table extending to the width of the content. Our tables are going to be 500px. Here is first design:

Name Nickname Finisher
John Cena The Champ Attitude Adjustment
CM Punk Best In The World Go To Sleep
The Undertaker Dead Man Tombstomb Piledriver
Shawn Michaels HBK Sweet Chin Music
Edge Rated R Superstar Spear

Above style is very simple and stylish. Our table has black background with 500px width, td has 5px padding, here is full CSS of above table:

table {

td {

th {

tr {

It was simple... :) Now it's time for second style:

Name Nickname Finisher
John Cena The Champ Attitude Adjustment
CM Punk Best In The World Go To Sleep
The Undertaker Dead Man Tombstomb Piledriver
Shawn Michaels HBK Sweet Chin Music
Edge Rated R Superstar Spear

The simplest way to accomplish zebra stripes is to add a class to alternate table rows, then use a contextual CSS selector to style the cells in those rows. First, the classes "odd" and "even" are added to the table rows, like so:


<tr class="odd">


<tr class="even">

But wait, Beben Koben shared a great way (in comments) to style even/odd elements without changing our mark-up. We're going to use :nth-child(even) and :nth-child(odd) to style them:

Here is full CSS of this table:

    border:2px black solid;

td {

th {

table tr:nth-child(even) {
    background-color: whitesmoke;

table tr:nth-child(odd) {
    background-color: lightgrey;

It's time for our final table, which is not created by me. It's from W3Schools. Here we go:

Name Nickname Finisher
John Cena The Champ Attitude Adjustment
CM Punk Best In The World Go To Sleep
The Undertaker Dead Man Tombstomb Piledriver
Shawn Michaels HBK Sweet Chin Music
Edge Rated R Superstar Spear
It looks awesome, isn't it? W3 Schools chose some great colors to create this table. Here is our CSS:

    background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);
    border: 1px solid rgb(195, 195, 195);
    border-collapse: collapse;
    width: 500px;

th {
    background-color: rgb(229, 238, 204);
    border: 1px solid rgb(195, 195, 195);
    padding: 3px;
    vertical-align: top;
    text-align: left;
    font: 14px/20px Arial,Verdana;

td {
    border: 1px solid rgb(195, 195, 195);
    padding: 3px;
    vertical-align: top;

That's it for this time...hope it was helpful :) And I just realized that thumbnail of this article is not featuring our second table (Fixed IT). Also, just wanted to inform you that I used WWE related names and all in table because I'm a huge fan.

Thursday, 31 January 2013

Display Your Feed On A HTML Page

About every blogger now is using feedburner to publish their feed. By using feedburner, you can get realtime stats and subscriber count. You can even use a custom domain with feedburner. You can display your feedburner feed on Blogger with a simple feed widget but you can't use that widget on your html site. Don't worry, you can still display your feed on a static html or your website by using BuzzBoost. Here we go:

Go To FeedBurner > Click on your feed:

Click on the "Publicize" tab, and then click on "BuzzBoost" in the list at the left side of the screen (see image below). At this point BuzzBoost will give you a number of different options. Choose your preference and click on "Active" button. If you’ve already activated BuzzBoost you’ll see the option to save instead of activate.

Once you choose your settings and activate BuzzBoost you will be provided with the piece of code. Copy the code provided by FeedBurner and paste it into your page wherever you want it to be displayed. You're completely free to use my feeds on your blog:

<script src="" type="text/javascript" ></script><noscript><p>Subscribe to RSS headline updates from: <a href=""></a><br/>Powered by FeedBurner</p> </noscript>

It's done, you can also style this code by using some css:

.feedTitle {
background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% whitesmoke;
padding: 10px;
text-align: center;
font-size: 20px;
font-weight: bold;
border: 1px solid rgb(81, 104, 59);
.feedburnerFeedBlock ul {
list-style-type: none;

.feedburnerFeedBlock ul li {
padding: 5px;
border-bottom-width: 1px;
border-bottom-style: solid;
border-bottom-color: #E0E0E0;

.feedburnerFeedBlock ul li span.headline a {
color: #990000;
text-decoration: none;
display: block;

.feedburnerFeedBlock ul li span.headline a:hover {
color: #535353;

#creditfooter {
display: none;

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

HTML 5 Shattering Text Effect

So today we're gonna do this amazing HTML 5 Shattering Text Effect with JavaScript and this script doesn't contains jquery or mootolls only JavaScript. Let's get started with basic HTML markup:

<canvas id="canvas"></canvas>

After adding above html we will add some css to make it better:

body {
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
overflow: hidden;
#canvas {
background: black;

Now finally it's time for us to add some JavaScript:

window.requestAnimFrame = (function(){
return  window.requestAnimationFrame       ||
window.webkitRequestAnimationFrame ||
window.mozRequestAnimationFrame    ||
window.oRequestAnimationFrame      ||
window.msRequestAnimationFrame     ||
function( callback ){
window.setTimeout(callback, 1000 / 60);
var canvas = document.getElementById("canvas"),
ctx = canvas.getContext("2d"),
keyword = "",
density = 3,
mouse = {},
hovered = false,
colors = ["0,120,232", "8,200,255", "30,140,255"],
minDist = 20,
bounceFactor = 0.7;
var W = window.innerWidth,
H = window.innerHeight;
canvas.width = W;
canvas.height = H;
document.addEventListener("mousemove", function(e) {
mouse.x = e.pageX;
mouse.y = e.pageY;
}, false);
// Particle Object
var Particle = function() {
this.w = Math.random() * 10.5;
this.h = Math.random() * 10.5;
this.x = -W;
this.y = -H; = false;
this.vy = -5 + parseInt(Math.random() * 10) / 2;
this.vx = -4 + parseInt(Math.random() * 8);
// Color
this.a = Math.random();
this.color = colors[parseInt(Math.random()*colors.length)];
this.setPosition = function(x, y) {
this.x = x;
this.y = y;
this.draw = function() {
ctx.fillStyle = "rgba("+this.color+","+this.a+")";
ctx.fillRect(this.x, this.y,  this.w,  this.h);
var particles = [];
// Draw the text
function drawText() {
ctx.clearRect(0, 0, W, H);
ctx.fillStyle = "#000000";
ctx.font = "100px 'Arial', sans-serif";
ctx.textAlign = "center";
ctx.fillText(keyword, W/2, H/2);
// Clear the canvas
function clear() {
ctx.clearRect(0, 0, W, H);
// Get pixel positions
function positionParticles() {
// Get the data
imageData = ctx.getImageData(0, 0, W, W);
data =;
// Iterate each row and column
for (var i = 0; i < imageData.height; i += density) {
for (var j = 0; j < imageData.width; j += density) {
// Get the color of the pixel
var color = data[((j * ( imageData.width * 4)) + (i * 4)) - 1];
// If the color is black, draw pixels
if (color == 255) {
particles.push(new Particle());
particles[particles.length - 1].setPosition(i, j);

// Update
function update() {
for(i = 0; i < particles.length; i++) {
var p = particles[i];
if(mouse.x > p.x && mouse.x < p.x + p.w && mouse.y > p.y && mouse.y < p.y + p.h)
hovered = true;
if(hovered == true) {
var dist = Math.sqrt((p.x - mouse.x)*(p.x - mouse.x) + (p.y - mouse.y)*(p.y - mouse.y));
if(dist <= minDist) = true;
if( == true) {
p.y += p.vy;
p.vy += 0.15;
p.x += p.vx;
// Collision Detection
if(p.y + p.h > H) {
p.y = H - p.h;
p.vy *= -bounceFactor;
// Friction applied when on the floor
if(p.vx > 0)
p.vx -= 0.1;
p.vx += 0.1;
if(p.x + p.w > W) {
p.x = W - p.w;
p.vx *= -bounceFactor;
if(p.x < 0) {
p.x = 0;
p.vx *= -0.5;
ctx.globalCompositeOperation = "lighter";

(function animloop(){

That's It......

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Hosting HTML And CSS Files On Google Code

Last month i posted an article on my blog about hosting js files on Google Code which was simple but it's hard to host html and css files on Google Code , not that hard because today we'll learn that.In below tutorial please click on images to zoom.

Create Project:

  • If you have Gmail ID log in to this link with Gmail.
  • Fill out Project name, Project summary, Description with your project information.
  • Choose a Version control system. Choose Subversion.
  • Choose any Source code license
  • Now Label your Project.
  • Click Create Project.
Hosting HTML And CSS Files:

  • Now go to Source tab. You can see a link. Something like this - Copy and paste it to notepad.

  • Now click password.Copy the username and password given and paste to notepad.

  • Now download Tortoise SVN and Install it. Click Here
  • After install Right-click to your desktop. Select Tortoise SVN > Settings.

  • A new window will come out. Click Edit.

  • Now a text file will open on notepad. This document holds all the records for the mime-type of the files to be uploaded. You have to add some new mime-type extension.
enable-auto-props = yes

# Scriptish formats
*.bat = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn-mine-type=text/plain
*.bsh = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/x-beanshell
*.cgi = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn-mine-type=text/plain
*.cmd = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn-mine-type=text/plain
*.js = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/javascript
*.php = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id Rev Date; svn:mime-type=text/x-php
*.pl = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/x-perl; svn:executable
*.pm = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/x-perl
*.py = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/x-python; svn:executable
*.sh = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/x-sh; svn:executable

# Image formats
*.bmp = svn:mime-type=image/bmp
*.gif = svn:mime-type=image/gif
*.ico = svn:mime-type=image/ico
*.jpeg = svn:mime-type=image/jpeg
*.jpg = svn:mime-type=image/jpeg
*.png = svn:mime-type=image/png
*.tif = svn:mime-type=image/tiff
*.tiff = svn:mime-type=image/tiff

# Data formats
*.pdf = svn:mime-type=application/pdf
*.avi = svn:mime-type=video/avi
*.doc = svn:mime-type=application/msword
*.eps = svn:mime-type=application/postscript
*.gz = svn:mime-type=application/gzip
*.mov = svn:mime-type=video/quicktime
*.mp3 = svn:mime-type=audio/mpeg
*.ppt = svn:mime-type=application/
*.ps = svn:mime-type=application/postscript
*.psd = svn:mime-type=application/photoshop
*.rtf = svn:mime-type=text/rtf
*.swf = svn:mime-type=application/x-shockwave-flash
*.tgz = svn:mime-type=application/gzip
*.wav = svn:mime-type=audio/wav
*.xls = svn:mime-type=application/
*.zip = svn:mime-type=application/zip

# Text formats
.htaccess = svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.css = svn:mime-type=text/css
*.dtd = svn:mime-type=text/xml
*.html = svn:mime-type=text/html
*.ini = svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.sql = svn:mime-type=text/x-sql
*.txt = svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.xhtml = svn:mime-type=text/xhtml+xml
*.xml = svn:mime-type=text/xml
*.xsd = svn:mime-type=text/xml
*.xsl = svn:mime-type=text/xml
*.xslt = svn:mime-type=text/xml
*.xul = svn:mime-type=text/xul
*.yml = svn:mime-type=text/plain
CHANGES = svn:mime-type=text/plain
COPYING = svn:mime-type=text/plain
INSTALL = svn:mime-type=text/plain
Makefile* = svn:mime-type=text/plain
README = svn:mime-type=text/plain
TODO = svn:mime-type=text/plain

# Code formats
*.c = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.cpp = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.h = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.java = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.as = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
*.mxml = svn:eol-style=native; svn:keywords=Id; svn:mime-type=text/plain
  • Copy all codes and paste at the end of the text document.
  • Save notpad and Press ok button on SVN
  • Now we upload. Right-Click Desktop or anywhere, go to TortoiseSVN > Repo Browser.

  • A small window will come out. Enter the URL that we copied above.

  • Repository Browser will open. You can have 2 different way to upload, Drag and Drop or Add file by Right-Click.

  • Now a dialogue box prompt, Enter google code Username and Password from above step. See The Image.

  • Thats it. Now upload any file via Tortoise SVN. You can also download, delete or rename files and create new folders.

Saturday, 23 June 2012

Creating A HTML Email Form

So today i'am gonna teach you a simple HTML tutorial on Creating HTML E-mail Form for your blog, website or any html page ....First of all sorry i wrote wrong form/forum spelling on pic above here we go :

  • On Blogger : Go To Post/Page > HTML and paste the html given below.
  • On HTML : Paste html given below on your html document.

<h3>Send E-mail To Your Name:</h3>
<form action="" method="post" enctype="text/plain">
Name:<br />
<input type="text" name="name" value="Your Name" /><br />
E-mail:<br />
<input type="text" name="mail" value="Your Email" /><br />
Message:<br />
<input type="text" name="comment" value="Your Message" size="50" />
<br /><br />
<input type="submit" value="Send">
<input type="reset" value="Reset">

  • Change  with your email and you're done.....

Saturday, 9 June 2012

HTML Parse Encoder

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Edit your HTML codes and test our Widget in this HTML editor.....

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