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TechNet: Windows XP Professional Product Documentation

TechNet: Windows XP Professional Product Documentation

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Web 2.0 how-to design style guide In this tutorial, I describe various common graphic design elements in modern web “2.0” design style. I then attempt to explain why they work (i.e. why they have become common), as well as how, when and where you might use each element in your designs. It follows on from my Current Style article, and analyses in greater depth the design features of the current “Web 2.0” design style. To learn how to design Web2.0 sites yourself, you must read “Save the Pixel – The Art of Simple Web Design”, which is a comprehensive guidebook to the principles and techniques of Web2.0 design. Summary of Best Web Design Features The list below is a summary of many of the common features of typical “Web 2.0” sites. Clearly, a site doesn’t need to exhibit all these features to work well, and displaying these features doesn’t make a design “2.0” – or good! I’ve already addressed some of these factors in my introductory Current Style article. Best Website Design? Web 2.0 ?! Best Web Design Features 1. When? Always! 2.

TwitPwr Image via Wikipedia Traffic is the key to success of any blog and blogger. It is the measure of success of a blog. One of the greatest advices that I usually give to other bloggers is- "Be involved in building traffic first. Everything else come along with traffic." No matter what your objectives as a blogger are, you have to think in terms of traffic and visitors. In today's post I will tell you 75 traffic generation techniques that I learned while blogging.Here is the list- Do a solid keyword research before writing your posts. Use your primary keyword in title Use your secondary keywords in subtitles. Use all your keywords throughout your content. Build links for each of your posts with your keywords in anchor text . Build some more links. Write articles in other people's Ezines. Write and submit articles in top article directories. Build a very useful lens at Build a useful hub at Submit your blog in top web directories like Dmoz and Yahoo directory . Write some more.

Ruby für Umsteiger Wenn du zum ersten Mal Ruby-Code siehst, wird er dich wahrscheinlich an andere Programmiersprachen erinnern, die du benutzt hast. Das ist Absicht. Der größte Teil der Syntax ist (unter anderem) Perl-, Python- und Java-Programmierern vertraut. Wenn du diese Sprachen also schon mal benutzt hast, wird das Lernen von Ruby ein Kinderspiel. Dieses Dokument besteht aus zwei Teilen: Der erste versucht, eine Dauerfeuer-Zusammenfassung darüber zu geben, was dich erwartet, wenn du von Sprache X zu Ruby wechselst. Von Sprache X zu Ruby: Was erwartet mich? Wichtige Features und ein paar Fallen Hier sind ein paar Hinweise zu wichtigen Ruby-Features, denen du beim Lernen begegnen wirst. Iteration Zwei Dinge, denen du in dieser Form vermutlich noch nicht begegnet bist, und an die man sich ein wenig gewöhnen muss, sind Blöcke und Iteratoren. some_list.each do |item| # Wir sind im Innern des Blocks # und arbeiten mit item.end Alles hat einen Wert x = 10y = 11z = if x < y true else false endz # => true