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How To Be A Successful Blogger!

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10 Tips That Can Drastically Improve Your Website's User Experience

In today’s changing marketing landscape, your website has become a more powerful tool than ever. As a 24/7 salesman, your website has the potential to be your most powerful asset and the cent...

How To submit your website to mainstream search engines

In this competitive era, it is very important for you to submit your website to the popular search engines in order to make the process of searching easier for the masses. There are many advantages...

Basics about Internet forums

Internet offers many different kinds of services and provides different types of features that everyone could enjoy; Internet presents and give us the most instant, basic and perfect method to comm...

Basics of .htaccess file

What is .htaccess A .htaccess file is configuration file supported by several web servers. It is a file used for server configuration. When it is kept in a directory, whi...

History and presence of MySQL

MySQL introduction MySQL is a quick, simple to-use relational database management system (RDBMS) being utilized for some little and huge organizations. MySQL is produced, advertised, and...

Simple JavaScript driven drag-and-drop API for HTML5

Drag & drop is an amazing and handy feature that can be used to make the website more interactive and effective for users. With it, we can drag any item on the screen and drop...

What is HTML5 Geo-Location Application?

Geo location is a HTML5 API which helps in identifying the geographical location of a Website/Application user. The geographical location of a user can be identified by usi...

How to create local storage effect with HTML5

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Server-sent events in HTML

Introduction to server-sent events: In a simple HTTP request-response scenario a user opens a connection & sends a HTTP request to the server (for example a HTTP GET request