Responsive Web Design has now become the integral part of the web. With the oncoming of the media queries in CSS3 ,it has become even more easier to implement it into your Blog. In a nutshell Responsive web design makes sure that irrespective of your readers Screen Size, they are able to see your blog with no (Horizontal Scroll-bar)problems. Even then very few Blogger template use it, rest still prefer using the fixed CSS (i.e. explicitly defining widths ).
November 28, 2011
Dynamic Views are one the latest and greatest offering from the people at Blogger. I really liked its Comment style , the one-click and display and hide feature. After doing a bit of research I was able to implement it in normal/default Blogger templates.
November 18, 2011
November 15, 2011
Creating a Discussion Page for your Blog/Website is a good way to let your readers interact with each other. Continuing from my recent post about embedding Vanilla Forum into Blogger ,I would be discussing how easy it is to make and then embed a Google Group into your Blog. Two of its biggest win over the previous tutorial is that it has no hosting issues and Bandwidth limitations. It might not be a classic Forum software ,but its simplicity & easy of use are its major advantages. One of its other plus point is it mail alert feature which keep you informed with whats happening in the group on the real time basis (Surprisingly many of the best known Forum Software lack this baic feature ).
November 12, 2011
Slick Social Share Buttons is a Wordpress Plugin which adds floating social media Buttons to your blog. I have dismantled and then re-mantled it so that it can be easily integrated with Blogger. Like many other side sharing Widgets ,you can add many different types of Share Buttons to it but its main feature is aesthetically pleasing On-click Sliding feature which shows these buttons only when the user wants and hides them when not required. It comes with a lot of customization possibilities which we will discuss through the post. I will be discussing the floating panel version here which is the more commonly used one.
November 9, 2011