Posted on : 12-02-2012 | By : Shadman Jamil | In : Ajax, Facebook, Scripts, css, div, jquery, jquery plugin
I received a request from my reader that asked to me how to implement facebook style alert box. so I had designed Facebook Style Alert Confirm Box with jquery plug-in jquery.alert.js. It’s simple just changing some line of CSS code. Take a look at live demo
Posted on : 12-02-2012 | By : Shadman Jamil | In : Ajax, Facebook, Google, Scripts, jquery, jquery plugin
Tags: Developers, guide, job, leadership, Manager, one minute, project, SDM, Software
Being a Software Development Manager is a great job, if you are the right person for the job. You must have real passion for technology and leadership to excel in this role. Below are some of the key things try and focus on day to day as you interact with your team. Hopefully some of these points can help you!
Set Clear Goals
Setting clear goals is a key role of a Software Development manager. This means that just telling your team “Can you get project xyz done by Friday, thanks!” is not enough, in fact, it’s useless! You need to be able to clearly define the goal, and then describe the goal to your team in beautiful clarity! This is done both on paper, and in meetings for visualization of the goal. The clearer you can make the goal to your team, the more likely they will be to achieve the goal, and surpass it! Most goals are made up of mini-goals, or mini steps if you will. Once you have clearly defined the goal, you need to be able to setup the game plan for the goal, filling in the steps to get the goal achieved. Once your goal is defined in minute detail, you are set!
Posted on : 22-05-2011 | By : Shadman Jamil | In : Articles, HTML, HTML5, HTML5, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, css, div
I’m sure that who chooses to work as web designer makes a choice of heart, a choice of love. He/she decides to bet any given day on his creativity and his ability of producing an idea and of making it tangible, visible and perceptible for all. These crazy men have my respect. But, also when the creative side is very important for a work, there exists a logical (and technical) part in all creative process.
Vector Markup Language (VML), VML is an application of Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 which defines a format for the encoding of vector information together with additional markup to describe how that information may be displayed and edited. The first part of this document is an introduction, which gives an overview of the way VML is organized and how it interacts with both XML and HTML as defined by the HTML 4.0 Specification. This is followed by detailed technical definition of the behavior of every VML element and the permitted and recommended behaviors for all applications.
The introduction to this document is intended to be appropriate reading for someone who wishes to gain an overview of VML. The technical specification is intended for authors of application software which might use VML and for people who wish to assess the suitability of VML for a particular application. It may also be used by people who need to hand-author VML content. However it is anticipated that most such authoring will proceed by copy and paste of existing VML – VML is intended to be treated in this way.
Introduction to VML
The Vector Markup Language (VML) supports the markup of vector graphic information in the same way that HTML supports the markup of textual information. Within VML the content is composed of paths described using connected lines and curves. The markup gives semantic and presentation information for the paths.
Posted on : 26-09-2010 | By : Shadman Jamil | In : Ajax, Ajax slide, Convas, Featured, Gallery, HTML, HTML5, Scripts, Slider, jquery, jquery plugin, news
You’ve probably heard a lot about the new HTML5 canvas element. As the name implies, this is a special element that allows us to create and modify graphics. In addition, we can also use it like any other element on the page – apply jQuery animations on it, listen for events and integrate it deeply into our layouts.
Posted on : 26-09-2010 | By : Shadman Jamil | In : Ajax, Featured, Twitter, jquery, jquery plugin, news
Tags: Ajax, counter, jquery, jquery word counter, Twitter, twitter word counter, word
Twitter word counter looks so cool, as it reduces number of words how much more we can add on the fly along with changes colors as we going to touch limit 140 and when we cross 140 limit it makes red color and not allowing you submit form until we reduce our word less then 140.
how we can make that script by jquery, here is the solution please go ahead and try if you need this..its again so easy.