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Pastel Colors Chart

Reference » By Blue Cloud On Nov 13, 2011 8:29:47 AM ,

Pastel is the kind of soft color. Here is soft pastel colour chart for your reference.

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Print HTML: Sample Code for How to Print the Web Page

Article » By Blue Cloud On Dec 25, 2011 2:40:45 AM ,

When designing the web page, we need to consider providing print functionality within our page. Because some of the users still prefer to save the hardcopy even though they can get softcopy of exact information. So, How to print the web page? That can be done by sending print request through JavaScript. There is javascript built-in function to print the whole webpage. Just simply use window.print(); function. Let's see the some example.

Categories : Web Development, CSS | Tags : css, print, html
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CMS Review: MODX Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Mar 29, 2012 1:13:13 AM ,

Web Content Management Systems, which are also commonly referred to as CMS programs, have grown to be very popular tools for the administrator and web master. If you have very little knowledge of programming languages and other markup languages that are needed to create or manage a website, you need to look for a powerful CMS system that will make designed and administering the website all the easier. With so many different CMS systems available to choose from, picking the right program can be an overwhelming and daunting task. MODX has been dedicated to revolutionizing the world of CMS with their long awaited CMS program. Read through this honest MODX CMS review and decide if you have finally found the right program that matches your needs and your budget.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, MODX
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Scheduled Tasks Problem (run whether user is logged on or not)

Tip & Trick » By Blue Cloud On Dec 27, 2011 7:07:15 AM ,

One of the amazing tool that comes together with Windows is Task Scheduler. By using Task Scheduler, you can schedule the tasks to run daily, weekly, monthly, or at certain times. Although It's easy to configure and create a task, sometime it make you get headache.

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SQL Tutorial Lesson 4: SQL Advanced Joins

Tutorial » By SQL Tutor On May 10, 2012 8:12:08 AM ,

This tutorial will explain the advanced SQL Joins.

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10 Common SEO Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make

Article » By Hilary Tobar On Jun 02, 2012 10:03:11 PM ,

For as long as search engine optimization has been a common practice, webmasters have been making SEO mistakes. It doesn't help that search engines seem to change what they're looking for fairly regularly, meaning that best practices of a few years ago are hopelessly outdated now.

Categories : SEO, Internet, Blogging | Tags : SEO, SEO Mistakes
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It seems like new programming languages are coming out all the time. Some of these languages are highly specialized and difficult to learn – meaning that they are likely to be of interest only to a very small set of programmers. But when an industry heavyweight like Google puts out a new language, and that language is meant to compete with (or perhaps even eventually replace) one of the most well-established client side programming languages out there, it's worth taking at least a look to see what that new language is all about.

Categories : Web Development, Programming | Tags : Dart, Google

A comma-separated values (CSV) file is a simple text format for tabula data. It is a simple and widely used to transfer information from a database to others program such as spreadsheet. I know that you can use BCP (Bulk Copy Program) command to create CSV files. You can also use DTS or SSIS to do that. But Now, I would like to show the alternative way to generate csv by using Stored Procedure.

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Quick Review of ExpressionEngine CMS

Review » By Elidi Darwin On Apr 03, 2012 9:55:01 AM ,

ExpressionEngine is a web publishing system for web professionals. They are one of the few companies that do not make you do things a certain way or limit you on content and design of your websites. This allows you to set up your site the way you want it and expand on it as you want to when your business demands.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, ExpressionEngine
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CMS Review: SilverStripe Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Apr 05, 2012 8:43:15 AM ,

SilverStripe is a rather interesting CMS (Content Management System) that varies from its competition in that it is designed specifically for individuals who edit web content. This specialized approach means it is not quite as flexible as some other CMS packages, but this focus makes what it does somewhat more cohesive. According to official SilverStripe website data, there are currently over 300,000 copies of the SilverStripe CMS and framework in circulation worldwide. Let's take a look at some of the details.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, SilverStripe
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