One of the slider that can do all the other slider can do, combined. While it already started to sell commercial support, but you can pretty much get some support by just Google it. Yes, it works perfectly fine with WordPress, either by the plugin provided or you can get your hand dirty on it too.
Spice up your form easily with this form beautifying plugin. You can either set to style all the inputs or by adding class to any of them. Best of all, it can easily change theme just by editing some images sprite and/or CSS.
A very simple multi-level menu jQuery plugin. All you need is to style the menu to enable at least 2 level of dropdown and add this little plugin to it. Simple enough? It works well even with 5 level!
We cannot deny the existing of mobile browser. This plugin basically help older browser (Especially IE6) to enable media querie, so you can set different screen resolution to different stylesheet. Best of all, you don’t need to do anything beside adding the script line.
Let’s face it, we are all living at tomorrow today. Although HTML5 and CSS3 are still on development stage, but it has been widely used. Well, only the few tags. But it is more than enough to make one headache with older browser (IE, duh!). This little plugin helps on enabling the common tagslike header, aside, footer and etc to work well. Some suggest Modernizr, which both works pretty much the same just more support on HTML5 tags.
Few weeks back I changed my layout to the default TwentyEleven theme. I wanted to see if the SEO works much better than what I’ve developed all the time, just comparing.
So the default layout does works well enough, and I adopted a little bit of code from there to this theme. Time to do more studies on how SEO work and what work best for it.
Beside, I’m testing one by one phone on how they can get the max-width CSS. So they all works, beside of course the almighty Internet Explorer. Even IE8 is not working with it, my Opera Mini works well too. The same thing applied on this theme as well. I bet some will see invisible area with IE6, 7 and 8
P/S: It’s good to have a refreshing days. Though I’m a bit lazy to work, but work just got easier with better mind focusing
Been frustrated with GoDaddy this few days, and some bad experiences on the road of ZHNG design studio. I don’t know why GoDaddy still a top choice for many people, I mean the new comer to web and hosting. Perhaps, they spent a lot on women to advertise.
Here are some list I know about GoDaddy and you should definitely avoid it at all cost!
Don’t get hook up with GoDaddy alone, there are a lot of research you can do to compare it with GoDaddy. Nowadays selling domain name is not profitable, a lot of domain registars are getting a hand in web hosting as well, so with others, you too can get hosting and domain in one account on one site. But the price GoDaddy offer? Always higher than any other competitors.
The reason I mention “new comer” above, is because this “Pending” thing. When you are with GoDaddy as an experiences hosting user, you’ll get frustrated with the “Pending” or rather, “Status”, there are a few step to wait just to get into your hosting account. Which means, if you are transfering your website to GoDaddy, expect a long long downtime, all because the “Status”. I don’t understand why I can’t adjust/create/edit my website in an IP address like how cPanel, Plesk and all other web hosting provider?
I just realise that, GoDaddy doesn’t allow a folder with more than 1024 files in it. Yes, no folder with more than 1024 files are allowed. Reason? It will slow down your website. Can anyone explain this to me?
No error logging for budget host
Or rather, cheap host. The economic package comes with no error logging. Which means, if one day, GoDaddy come to you and tell you your website eat their resources, that is that. You are to abide with it or leave. Well, they probably ask you to upgrade to another plan. Even so, I will not believe the log file anyway.
So far, I have never had a good experience with GoDaddy yet. Beside of course the GoGirls Consider other hosting like BlueHost, ExaBytes for budget hosting, or VPS.net, WiredTree for VPS power. Just forget about GoDaddy, too many terms hidding in there.
Google instant search is annoying in some ways though… But don’t brag about it annoyed you when you don’t know how to turn it off. You will know how…
Form, is one thing we all don’t like to fill most of the time. From a long list of details to only 3 inputs to signup.
However, some who know the use of “Tab” on their keyboard will get frustrated if it’s not working. The almighty
tabindex is a must for my point of view. It ease how we – the user – using the computer and browsing.
<input type="text" name="first_name" tabindex="1" />
<input type="text" name="last_name" tabindex="2" />
The number is where it will go from one to another one when “Tab” key is pressed. It would be annoyed if filling a full form where one need to keep between the mouse and the keyboard.