How to hack your Facebook profile picture
You might have seen a cool Facebook profile picture hack going around blogs yesterday that used the new Facebook profile page layout to spread a picture across the sidebar and thumbnails. The effect can be seen in the below image.
Thousands of people are hacking the new-look Facebook profiles to jazz them up. Here’s how to do it yourself.
If you want to ‘reface’ your Facebook page, here’s how you do it.
• You’ll need to have activated the new Facebook profile page – if you have, you’ll see your basic biographical information at the top of the page and, below that, a photo strip of five recent photos that have been tagged with your name.
• You’ll also need a photo that’s at least 692 pixels wide – that’s the width of the page from the left-hand edge of your profile picture to the right-hand edge of the photo strip.
• The final thing you’ll need is a photo-editing program that allows you to crop images. If you don’t have a program on your computer, try an online editing service, such as Photoshop Express Read more…
You have probably seen the term “HTML5″ if you have read any of the recent articles about Apple and Flash. HTML5 is a new web page coding standard in advanced stages of development. Among other goals, it aims to reduce the need for proprietary plug-ins and add-ons (Flash, Silverlight, Java, etc.).
HTML4 came out more than a dozen years ago, when the web was just a toddler, and it is in serious need of spiffing up. HTML5 introduces new elements and attributes, including <nav> for navigation and <footer> for the bottom of a page. The elements <audio> and <video> will provide additional media functionality. Some old elements, including <font> and <center>, are being dropped in favor of cascading style sheets (CSS). In addition, HTML5 specifies new application programming interfaces (APIs) for drawing, offline storage of data, document editing, and drag-and-drop functionality.
Before: HTML4 After: HTML5 Read more…
The internet has opened up multiple windows for the welfare of mankind. Not only we are now able to access any site at just our fingertips, we can also get the product or service of our preference instantly. Not only it has helped us, the users, the web has proven to be equally beneficial for online business owners who can brand their products well, distribute them in real time and earn great margins. Therefore, having a user-friendly and easily navigable site has become a necessary part of any online business activity. Website developers have understood this fact well and hence they leave no stone unturned while developing websites for their clients. They develop websites based on the most reliable web platforms so that clients are satisfied. Flash is one of the heavily used web site design platforms that’s used on a large scale globally by designers. The number of independent flash web site design solution providers has also increased significantly currently. Read more…