Using PHP/MySQL with Google Maps - API de Google Maps Ben Appleton, Google Geo TeamWith contributions from Lary Stucker, Maps API DeveloperApril 2007 This tutorial is intended for developers who are familiar with PHP/MySQL, and want to learn how to use Google Maps with a MySQL database. After completing this tutorial, you will have a Google Map based off a database of places. The tutorial is broken up into the following steps: Creating the Table When you create the MySQL table, you want to pay particular attention to the lat and lng attributes. Note: This tutorial uses location data that already have latitude and longitude information needed to plot corresponding markers. If you prefer interacting with your database through the phpMyAdmin interface, here's a screenshot of the table creation. If you don't have access to phpMyAdmin or prefer using SQL commands instead, here's the SQL statement that creates the table (phpsqlajax_createtable.sql): Populating the Table After creating the table, it's time to populate it with data. <? <? Custom Icons <!
Yiibu - Lovingly crafted mobile experiences Multi-regional and multilingual sites - Webmaster Tools Help If your site offers different content to users in different languages, countries, or regions, you can optimize Google Search results for your site. Background: A multilingual website is any website that offers content in more than one language. For example, a Canadian business with English and French versions of its site. Some sites are both multi-regional and multilingual: for example, a site might have different versions for the USA and for Canada, and both French and English versions of the Canadian content. Managing multilingual versions of your site If you have identical content in multiple languages on your site, here are some tips for helping users (and Google Search) find the right page: Use different URLs for different language versions Google recommends using different URLs for each language version of a page rather than using cookies or browser settings to adjust the content language on the page. Tell Google about your different language versions Use language-specific URLs
Creative, Beautiful & Thoughtfully Designed Landing Pages As the saying goes, you only have one chance to make a first impression. This is a lesson that’s vitally important to remember when you’re a startup and you’re working on your landing page. The vast majority of landing pages out there have a few key goals – to inform visitors about the product, to build excitement for that product and to have a clear next step, such as finding out more, signing up or buying the service. But of course, it isn’t as simple as that. I wanted to bring together a collection of some of my favourite landing page designs. Chartbeat Chartbeat is a real time analytics product that helps website owners see where traffic comes from and what visitors are doing as it happens. Instapaper Instapaper is an app that allows you to save websites to read later. Coin Coin is a new startup that promises to do away with credit cards and store cards, by using an electronic card that can store all of them. Harvest Squarespace Apps Simple Plentific Thinglist Amp Readymag Droplr Exposure
Creating Non-Rectangular Layouts with CSS Shapes Today we can create all kinds of shapes with CSS using CSS transforms, but all these shapes do not affect the flow of the content inside or around them. That is, if you create a triangle or a trapezoid with CSS, for example, the shape created does not define or affect the way the text inside it flows, or the way inline text around it does. With the introduction of CSS Shapes into the web, wrapping content in custom non-rectangular shapes, and recreating print designs and layouts on the web becomes a piece of cake! In this article we're going to go over the basics of declaring shapes, and creating some simple layouts using these new CSS technologies. The CSS technologies we’ll be covering in this article may not work in your browser. Most of this article's demos use the shape-inside property, which has been temporarily removed from Webkit and Blink. All HTML elements have a rectangular box model which governs the flow of content inside and around it. How, exactly? And that’s it!
Preparación para certificación en video - Google P... Este examen abarca los conceptos básicos y avanzados de YouTube y la Red de Display de Google, lo que incluye temas como los formatos de anuncio, la segmentación y la generación de informes. 13:00 Mexico - Colombia / 15:00 Argentina / 20:00 España Martes 2 de Junio Diapositivas Material de estudio Fecha límite para obtener la certificación: martes 23 de junio del 2015 ¿Tienes preguntas? Liga para realizar el examen: Para el envío de sus diplomas, no olviden tener su dirección actualizada en: Al obtener tu certificación, para que te enviemos tu diploma, solamente tienes que llenar este form: Quiz Al finalizar tu quiz, dale clic a "repasar respuestas" para ver la explicación de cada una de ellas. Haz tus preguntas debajo de este hilo o en nuestras redes sociales utilizando #AdWordsAyuda:
List of Fresh and Free PSD Web UI Kits for Websites and Apps As a designer you always seek fresh resources that can come in handy; those that are specifically designed to meet current trends and primary web requirements. Generally such toolkits comprise numerous fundamental components such as various types of buttons, menus, dialog boxes, different standard widgets, media players and much more. With these helpful pre-made elements you will be able to quickly and effectively bring your idea to life. Of course, such GUIs are more appropriate for people who prefer saving time and efforts for the next stage of the development. All the more so, professional UI kits allow you combining and experimenting with various layouts, or, at least to quickly build a primitive template that can be easily improved over time. Today we have picked up 15 truly versatile, fresh, absolutely free UI kits for creating websites and apps. Flatimus iOS Free UI Kit by Satys – The comprehensive UI kit is aimed to provide all necessary components for creating iOS applications.
Conversion Pixels | Facebook Help Center Genius Marketing: Artsy Animated GIFs Show Beer-Making Process You all went gaga when we featured the animated-GIF stylings of Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg earlier this year, so we're pleased to see that the duo is expanding their horizons with a new project. Yes, it's marketing beer. And yes, it's still pretty freaking cool. Beck and Burg used their "cinemagraph" technique to document the process of making Dogfish Head's new strawberry-and-honey-flavored Tweason'ale in a series of what they describe as "journalistic" visual vignettes. [The process of selecting then pressing the strawberries for juice, to be added to the brew] Let's call a spade a spade: This is marketing, pure and simple. [Adding the sorghum and the strawberry] It's worth noting that Burg and Beck contacted Dogfish to collaborate, rather than the other way around. [And voila, the final product] I have to admit, the brew sounds pretty tasty. [Read our previous story about the founder of Dogfish Head, Sam Calagione]