April 28th, 2012

Create LifeHacker OR Gizmodo Style Sidebar To Scroll Independently

In this article, you will see how to implement Lifehacker.com or Gizmodo.com style sidebar which scrolls independently on mouseover with mouse wheel. It’s really interesting to show important things in top of sidebar. When any user reads articles(might not focus on sidebar instantly), reaches end of article but there is no change in sidebar position. It’s good and a chance to make attention on sidebar, otherwise sidebar is also moving along with article and top section of sidebar is not focused.

April 16th, 2012

Add Social Slider (Facebook like box, twitter and Google+ Widgets) in Your Website

Today, Social media is a great way to promote websites, blogs, apps and events. For a website, Facebook, Twitter or Google+ widgets become must have parts to get public interaction, generate traffic. If you add Facebook Like box, twitter status and Google+ widget in your web page, it takes too much spaces and it makes webpage too complex. So, alternate is to use icons only and on mouse over display corresponding widget. To attract user, make these icons fixed floated.

April 4th, 2012

Linux Servers vs. Windows Servers

There has always been a debate between Linux and Windows users about which platform is better. Linux, being an open source platform, promises better support apart from the fact that it is free while Windows users would argue about the user friendliness and the number of applications supported by it. Let’s have a look at both platforms so that we can decide which platform will suit our needs and requirements best.