12 Highly Surfed And Used Android Apps Of 2013

Science and technology has created a huge revolution in the market today especially in Android and Android apps launched everyday. Every day, some new gadget and application gets released in the market and people are completely involved in using different applications to make their works simpler. Many impressive smart phones and tablets are being introduced at a rapid fashion. And, people keep demanding things with the release of some new smart phone in the technology…

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How to Update Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

How to update the Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android Jelly Bean Samsung Galaxy S2 GT I9100 was the most beloved smartphone of 2012 with ultimate features and specifications. However, it is in the top 15 list of best android smartphones of 2013 also. Samsung has not yet approved the international warranty scheme. So, it has been a problem for many customers and users of Samsung Galaxy S2 who bought it from foreign countries. Service centers…

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The Biggest Myths Ever Told in SEO

SEO has changed a lot; the new algorithms, guidelines, and tools are introduced so quickly. This regularly changing search landscape is rife with gossips and misconceptions – and here I have pointed out the most common myths and assumptions about how SEO works, and debunk them for you so you are not wasting your precious time that simply don’t matter for SEO in 2014. Let’s get began. Myth #1: Top Position There are n-numbers of…

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Supporting ‘The Designers Accord’

    Late 2011, I was super proud to find out that I had been accepted as an official supporter of the “Global Designers Accord“. The Designers Accord is a global coalition of designers, educators, and business leaders, working together to create positive environmental and social impact. All adopters, supporters, and endorsers follow a basic code of conduct: Do no harm; Communicate and collaborate; Keep learning, keep teaching; Instigate meaningful change; Make theory action. Legibility…

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How to solve “There was a problem detecting your feed”

Many of you on indiblogger may be facing a problem that your blog feed was not getting detected by browsers. Because of which you may be getting the indirank as NA instead of a number on a scale of 100. This may be due to a scenario which can be described as a ‘not so common’ problem which mostly goes unnoticed. It’s because your feeds get displayed quite normally on the feeds page. The problem…

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Fancybox on ASP.net Web Forms

My “lightbox” of choice for web development is the jQuery plugin Fancybox. It is simple, lightweight and completely customizable. Future tutorials will go more in depth with using and customizing Fancybox. One of the issues is fancybox on asp.net web forms does not work when showing ASP.net server controls inline. This tutorial will walk through the steps to get Fancybox working properly. Here’s the scenario. Say you have an ASP.net form on a page with a GridView showing a…

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ASP.Net Refresh Data on Parent Page from Lightbox without Postback

Something that has always bothered me about using “light boxes” or even popup windows and data is added or updated in that light box the parent window that is displaying the data doesn’t refresh the data without refreshing the page. Using AJAX to improve the user experience  makes matters worse because the data should automatically asp.net refresh when changed. This tutorial will show how to update a GridView on a parent page when a light box…

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