Thursday, September 22, 2011

Web Layout in photoshop

Its my another web layout made in Photoshop. in this layout i got 3d look.its was amazing exprience

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Simple Web Template in Photoshop

This is another web template design in Photoshop by Me. Please have a look and i am awaiting for your cool comment. 

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Friday, September 9, 2011

What is doctype of your webpage

Doctype is a special declaration at the very top of your webpage source, right above the <HTML> tag, that informs validators the rules in which to validate your page using, and for modern browsers (IE6+, Firefox, NS6+, Opera, IE5 Mac), whether to display your page in Quirks or Standards mode.
Below lists the major doctypes you can deploy on your webpage. All of them enters modern browsers into "Standards" mode when used.

** HTML 5 doctype

HTML 5 advocates the use of the very simple doctype:
In fact, it refers to doctypes as a "mostly useless, but required, header" whose purpose is just to ensure browsers render web pages in the correct, standards compliant mode. The above doctype will do that, including in IE8. Ideally this should be your first choice for a doctype unless you need your webpages to validate in pre HTML 5 versions of the W3C validator (which may still be the case at the time of writing). For future proofing your web pages, however, this is the doctype to go with.

** HTML 4.01 Transitional, Strict, Frameset

HTML 4.01 transitional doctype supports all attributes of HTML 4.01, presentational attributes, deprecated elements, and link targets. It is meant to be used for webpages that are transitioning to HTML 4.01 strict:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
HTML 4.01 Strict is a trimmed down version of HTML 4.01 with emphasis on structure over presentation. Deprecated elements and attributes (including most presentational attributes), frames, and link targets are not allowed. CSS should be used to style all elements:
HTML 4.01 frameset is identical to Transitional above, except for the use of <frameset> over <body>:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN"

** XHTML 1.0 Transitional, Strict, Frameset

Use XHTML 1.0 Transitional when your webpage conforms to basic XHTML rules, but still uses some HTML presentational tags for the sake of viewers that don't support CSS:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
 Use XHTML 1.0 Strict when your webpage conforms to XHTML rules and uses CSS for full separation between content and presentation:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
XHTML 1.0 frameset is identical to Transitional above, except in the use of the <frameset> tag over <body>:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Frameset//EN"

** XHTML 1.1 DTD

XHTML 1.1 declaration. Visit the WC3 site for an overview and what's changed from 1.0:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" 
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Thursday, September 1, 2011

ashok bhanwal: Add Your Recent Tweets to Blogger

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Add Your Recent Tweets to Blogger

Add Your Recent Tweets to Blogger

If you’ve got a blog, you can add your Twitter feed to the sidebar very, very easily. The feed will list your last 5 tweets, as well as the time it was posted and link to follow if the reader chooses. I’ve seen several variations of this code and its presentation, but the one I use on my own blog, and the one I use when installing blogs for other people, is the simplest version possible. Why? Because I don’t want the script slowing the loading down and I don’t want the widget itself to look wonky in different browsers or screen resolutions. If you’d like to add your recent tweets to your blogger sidebar, this is how you do it:

First, you'll need to edit the code:

You will need to make TWO very easy changes. The code you see below is the code for my own personal twitter feed, and you will need to edit it to display yours. I have left my twitter name (ashokbhanwal) in place so that you can see exactly where yours will go. Simply copy your twitter user name and paste it directly overtop of mine (ashokbhanwal) – in both places. Once that is done, your code is ready to show your own twitter feed. Make sure you that you do not paste over top of, or remove anything which is not bolded. If you do, it won’t work. And if you make a mistake, simply come back here and copy the code again and start over. Easy peasy.

Here's the code:

<div style="margin-right:0px"><div id="twitter_div">
<h2 style="display:none;" class="sidebar-title">Twitter Updates</h2>
<ul id="twitter_update_list"></ul>
<a id="twitter-link" style="display:block;text-align:right;" href=""></a>
<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src=";count=5" type="text/javascript"></script></div>

Now you’re ready to install

  • Log into your Dashboard.
  • Click on 'Layout'
  • Go to the sidebar in question and click 'add a gadget'
  • Click on the 3rd option down, which is titled 'HTML/JavaScript'
  • Copy and paste your new code into the box.
  • Click 'save'
  • Position the widget wherever you’d like – most people put it somewhere near the top. If you’d like to see how mine looks you can take a look at my blog.
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Thursday, June 23, 2011

desktop wallpaper

hey guys,

                  here i created desktop wallpaper in Photoshop. Have a look i am waiting for your cool comment

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Resume Tips

Right after a job interview, you could either be supremely confident or faintly worried. Either way, we feel pretty relieved when it is all over. Perceptions about interviews usually depend on the interviewer's likeability and first impressions. It is, therefore, important to remember some statutory courtesies in order to have a positive interaction and favourable result.
After an interview shoot a thank you email or letter
Many interviewees think that once the face-to-face interview is over, the interview process is complete. However, this is not the case. The job interview is just the beginning. Once the personal interview is done, the company mulls, evaluates and decides the best candidate who would best suit the job profile and company.
Therefore, it is a good idea to remain in touch with the interviewer and the company in general. One of the best ways to do so is to drop them a ?Thank You? note. If you have been in touch with company or interviewer via e-mail, then one should email such a note within 24 hours after the interview. Interviewers have short memories. So, this is your final chance to stand apart from all of the others who want the same position.
Follow up after the interview when there is no response
How long should you wait before you call the company or interviewer? Usually, if there is no response within sometime, you will start worrying about whether it is appropriate to call back and check hiring status.
When to call
Post-interview it is best to give a gap of two to three days before you make the first follow up call. One of the most important things to keep in mind during the call is that one should be succinct and brief. Another important aspect is to chalk out a time when to call. The best time to call the interviewer is after lunch or an hour before closing time. This will ensure that you have a comfortable time frame to speak to the interviewer.
Whom to call
Interviewees are sometimes confused about who to follow up with after the interview?the human resource team or the interviewer directly. This situation is more confusing if there was more than one interviewer. In such circumstances, it is best to first check with the human resource team on the hiring status.
What to say
Begin the conversation by thanking the person for the opportunity to interview with the company. Recap some of the conversational highlights and clarify any information you need to check on. Use the last paragraph as the chance to state, ?The job is a good fit for me because of XYZ, and my past experience in XYZ.?
Continue your job search
While waiting to hear from the company after the job interview, you should not ignore other interview calls because you are waiting to hear back from the current interview. Even if you are convinced that you have got the job, there can be many slips between the cup and the lip. It is also a good idea to critique your previous performance and use the experience to polish your interviewing skills.
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hello!  i am ashok bhanwal.professionally i am web designer and Developer.I am Quite Familiar with html, css,,php, c#, mssql,jquery,ajax.I am fun loving guy.I am always surfing internet for searching new stuff in technology.

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