Markdown Download Markdown 1.0.1 (18 KB) — 17 Dec 2004 Introduction Markdown is a text-to-HTML conversion tool for web writers. Markdown allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML). 17 Social Media Cheat Sheets These days, small businesses use a variety of social media sites in their marketing efforts. Cheat sheets are a helpful way to keep the functionality of each site straight. Here is a list of cheat sheets for the major social media sites. This Bride Will Be 11th to Wear a 120-Year-Old Wedding Gown Abigail Kingston was never going to wear any old white gown to her wedding. To keep up with family tradition, the 30-year-old from Bethlehem, Pa., will grace her Oct. 17 nuptials in a 120-year-old silk-satin dress that hasn't been worn since 1991. The dress was debuted in 1895 by Kingston's great-great grandmother, Mary Lowry Warren, and ten different brides on her mother's side of the family have now walked down the aisle wearing it, according to local news site lehighvalleylive.com.
iOS UI elements Categories: Design, Featured, iPhoneization, Resources Loading ... Designing a website specifically for the iPhone means that your mockups and wireframes will most likely reuse many of the same design elements. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of quality, pre-made vectors available to the public. We’ve put together a sampling of what we’ve found so far, I’m sure the list will grow as iPhone optimized websites become more popular. UI Vector elements by Mercury Intermedia
Social Media for Photographers: Facebook When it comes to being a photographer, there is no shortage of online networks waiting for you to share your images, interact with others and potentially grow your business. This article is part of a larger series of posts aimed at providing information and awareness for individuals looking to leverage social media and social networks in pursuit of their passion for photography. Titled, “Social Media for Photographers“, the series started as a broad overview that focused on defining many of the options a photographer has to choose from with it comes to social media. While this specific post is focused on Facebook, I have published editions that focus on Google+ and Stipple, with Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram to follow.
ask.fm/HeathrowGatwick Sign up Log in Sign up Log in Heathrow Gatwick@HeathrowGatwick Follow Fetching App Store sales statistics from iTunes Connect into MySQL using AppDailySales It’s always interesting to see how well (or poorly) your app is performing in App Store and iTunes Connect has since the latest update provided much nicer interface to track this with graphs. The iTC Mobile app also provide the same graphs/information on the go. However, iTunes Connect falls short because daily statistics are only available for 14 days, and weekly statistics doesn’t stretch further than 13 weeks. Apple has a ton of apps (400.000+) on the App Store and downloads has already passed the one billion mark, I guess they just find it too expensive to store (or at least provide access) to that amount of data.
Social media outranks TV as UK's favourite pastime Social media has overtaken television as the favourite hobby of 16-24 year-olds, according to a new UK study by Click Consult. This age group talks to friends more through social media than on the phone; and on average spends almost three hours a day using social media, regardless of where they are. And 65% of 16-24-year-olds say they prefer social networking to television. “The social media revolution is not new, but for it to now take over from the nation’s favourite pastime for the younger audience, truly indicates how quickly leisure habits are evolving in our digital age,” says Managing Director of Click Consult, Matt Bullas.
Syrian War Prompts First Withdrawal From Arctic Seed Vault The devastating impact of the conflict in Syria has forced a doomsday seed vault buried deep in the Arctic to allow withdrawal of seed deposits for the very first time. Since 2008, the underground vault on Norway’s Svalbard archipelago has stored more than 860,000 seed samples from all over world. It was built to protect the earth’s food crops from nuclear war, climate change or disease, reports Reuters.
6 steps to making a more effective mobile app Is a mobile app more successful if it maximizes its user base or aims for a smaller, more dedicated fan base? As a developer, will you see a greater ROI charging upfront for your app, knowing that this will limit the number of potential app users? Or should you make your app free and offer in-app purchases, knowing that many users will never purchase any items in your app? 10 Tips & Tricks For Your Business's Facebook Fan Page Facebook is one the fastest growing social media network and its users are increasing by thousands every day. Due to its vast base of users, it takes no effort to acknowledge its influence and any company will jump on the bandwagon to utilize Facebook because it allows them to boost their brands or products also in the same time engage with possible clients. It is convenient for a company to create a Facebook page, publish their profile and products however, setting up a Facebook page that receive many "likes" and a huge fan base is never an easy task. What is the first thing a visitor will see when they land on your Facebook page? Most of them will probably click on the “wall” or the “info” and if nothing is more fascinating than that, chances are they will leave your page.
Report: Android fragmentation specs Despite developer concerns over the state of Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) open-source Android mobile operating system, the platform is not as fragmented as many believe, according to mobile app analytics firm Localytics. While significant differences in Android manufacturing partners, device form factors and OS builds do exist, Localytics states that 73 percent of all apps leveraging its analytics solution run a variant of Android 2.3, a.k.a. Gingerbread. Another 23 percent of user sessions run some flavor of Android 2.2/Froyo, meaning that developers targeting both OS builds can achieve 96 percent compatibility across the Android ecosystem. Forty-one percent of Android app sessions in the Localytics study originated on devices with 4.3-inch screens, followed by 4-inch screens at 22 percent, 3.2-inch models at 11 percent and 3.7-inch smartphones at 9 percent.
Use Multimedia to Tell Stories By Sally Falkow PR Newswire recently took a look at how press releases sent on the wire perform in terms of number of views. The stats are quite revealing: ASO (App Store Optimization) Is The New SEO, And Here’s A Tool To Do It What’s the hardest thing about building a successful mobile app? If you answered “building a mobile app,” you’re wrong. It’s getting your app found. With over 600,000+ iOS applications, and now some 450,000 on Android, the real challenge for developers is having their app surfaced higher than hundreds of other competitors in the app store search results. Doing this correctly involves ASO, or app store optimization.