Responsive Design A website that responds to the device that accesses it and delivers the appropriate output for it uses responsive design. Rather than designing multiple sites for different-sized devices, this approach designs one site but specifies how it should appear on varied devices.
Use * for Internet Explorer CSS properties (width:100px; *width:95px;) Use # for Google Chrome CSS Properties (width:100px; #width:95px;)
Analysis of PHP OpenSources PHP Open Sources has reduced our development time but of course grip looses on automatic procedures. We have advantages and disadvantages of every thing. Here I am going to share a small analysis about PHP Open Sources. WordPress Advantages Easy to setup a website Available a lot of themes, install by […]
Requirement Gathering Tips Without understanding the requirements, you can not complete project 100%. Need to follow few tips to get maximum and full requirements: Read again and again the provided description of project Write down all points which are in your mind or you want to ask to your client Try to set a meeting […]
How to make an Excellent Project Most of the time, project starts but never completed 100% with in the given time and budget. There could be few reasons: Client do not know what he/she want to get developed Business dept (who communicates with client) also do not know much about functionality and development Developer allocation without any […]