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Fireworks. 20 Free Social Media Icon Sets For Bloggers. Social media bookmarking need no Introduction these days.

20 Free Social Media Icon Sets For Bloggers

It’s a easy and effective way to increase your popularity and improve your page ranking among others. To increase your social media traffic that your blog receives, you also need to consider enhancing a few icons to your favorite social media bookmarking sites. This will provide good amount of boost towards your daily site visitors. Here is a Good collection of 20 Free Social Media Icon Sets For Bloggers that features a verity of social bookmarking icons with different size and format. The purpose behind this post is to provide a Free Collection of Social Media Bookmarking Icon Sets to save your time searching online. 1. 2. 6 Free Social Icons 3. 4. 5. 6. icon set.

14 Helpful jQuery Tricks, Notes, and Best Practices. If there is one bad thing about jQuery, it's that the entry level is so amazingly low, that it tends to attract those who haven't an ounce of JavaScript knowledge.

14 Helpful jQuery Tricks, Notes, and Best Practices

Now, on one hand, this is fantastic. However, on the flip side, it also results in a smattering of, quite frankly, disgustingly bad code (some of which I wrote myself!). But that's okay; frighteningly poor code that would even make your grandmother gasp is a rite of passage. The key is to climb over the hill, and that's what we'll discuss in today's tutorial. 1. It's important to remember that most methods will return the jQuery object.

Knowing that the jQuery object is always returned, we can use this to remove superfluous code at times. The reason why we "cache" the location of the someDiv element is to limit the number of times that we have to traverse the DOM for this element to once. The code above is perfectly fine; however, you could just as easily combine the two lines into one, while achieving the same outcome. 2. Proof. Entering The Wonderful World of Geo Location. Advertisement I thought I could not be out-geeked. With a background in radio, and having dabbled in the demo scene on the Commodore 64 and hung out on BBSes and IRC for a long time and all the other things normal kids don’t quite get, I thought I was safe in this area. Then I went to my first WhereCamp, an unconference dealing with geographical issues and how they relate to the world of Web development. Even my A-Levels in Astronomy did not help me there.

I was out-geeked by the people who drive and tweak the things that we now consider normal about geo-location on the Web. Pulling out your phone, find your location and getting directions to the nearest bar is easy, but a lot of work has gone into making that possible. Why Geo Matters First of all, why is it important to consider physical location on this planet (at this moment) when we develop Web products?

The first answer is mobility. I am sure these ads are more successful than the ones that show only user names. WOEID to the Rescue.