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Monday, May 24, 2010

New ESI Slab

revised ESI wage ceiling is Rs.15,000/-from 01.05.10 onwards.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Simple Hook Tutorial

Modifying core files is always a bad idea. It may create a security loophole. Also, you will have lost the modification when you upgrade your WordPress installation. Wordpress version releases r very fast :)

Hooks are one of the main building blocks of WordPress plug-ins. Almost every plug-in uses a hook to overwrite WordPress’ core functionality.

How to Use Hooks on Your WordPress Blog

Unless you’re writing a plug-in, you would write hooks in the functions.php file. This file is located in the wp-content/themes/yourtheme directory.

A hook, as you would expect, “hooks” one function to another. For example, you could write a custom function and attach it to one of WordPress’ core functions:

I will tell u a simple hook to understand the process:

Let whenever a post is done a mail alert should be sent to a mail:

first we need to name our function let it be mailalert
function mailalert()
mail('','You got a post', 'Hello I am from ur blog we received a new post ');

now what this thing did :
we all come across simple mail fn of php which i used to just drop a mail to me when a post is done.

add action is just hooking up core function publish_post with my one just created

Please comment:) This is my first writing so please pardon me if i m wrong

Friday, May 21, 2010

Blog protector

I found a new plugin today which will help to protect your valuable blog content(Pages & Posts) from getting copied. Still somebody can do it :)


* Disable right click on your blog
* Disable selection of text on your blog
* Disable dragging of images on your blog so that images can’t be saved using.
* Disable Microsoft Image Toolbar to protect images from your blog.

Plugin url:

Monday, May 10, 2010

10 sites developers should have in their bookmarks


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Mysql Format Date

MySQL Format Date helps you to format your dates using the MySQL DATE_FORMAT function. Just select a common date format and then change it to your suit your needs. The MySQL DATE_FORMAT code will be generated at the bottom of the page which you can then copy into your query.
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Script Src

Are you tired of hunting the Internet in order to find the script tag for the latest version of the Javascript library of your choice? has compiled all the latest versions of jQuery, Mootools, Prototype and more in a single page which lets you copy it in your browser clipboard with a single click.

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Em Chart

I never been a fan of ems in CSS files, but sometimes you have to deal with it. In that case, Em chart will translate ems to pixels so you'll save time and hassle.

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Twitter API Explorer

If you're using the Twitter API in the site you build, you'll for sure enjoy this very handy website which allow you to search through the Twitter API. Even better, the website can generate ready-to-use code snippets. A real time gain for you and your clients!

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Browser Sandbox

Cross browser compatibility is definitely one of the biggest problems a web developer has to face in his daily job. The browser sandbox lets you run any Windows browser from the web. The only bad thing is that you must run a Windows machine: The app does not work on Macs and GNU/Linux.

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PHP Forms

Web forms are one of the most important part of a website, but creating them is also very time-consuming. So, what about using a website that can speed up your form development for free?
PHP forms allows you to create advanced forms that can fit the needs of most websites.

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.htaccess editor

A .htaccess file is a must have for any website. Don't know how to write one? No problem, just visit this site to create your .htaccess file using a wizard. It doesn't allow very advanced stuff, but the results are great for 95% of the websites you'll make.

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Smush it!

Images may be worth a thousand words, they're also well known to use a lot of bandwidth. Images can be optimized for the web using programs like Photoshop; but if you don't own a copy of this software or simply don't have a clue how to do it, is what you need.
Brought to you by Yahoo developers network, is an online tool that will reduce your image size without reducing their quality. For WordPress users, a very handy plugin for your favorite blogging engine is available here.

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CSS Compressor

Especially on site with many different page layouts, CSS files can become huge and use a lot of server bandwidth. This tool, named CSS Compressor, can consequently reduce the size of any CSS file by removing comments, indentation and more.
Even better, compression level can be configured to fit your needs.

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Test everything

This site is a definitive must-have for your bookmarks: As the name says, Test everything allows you to test lot of things such as XHTML and CSS markup, PageRank, back-links, and a lot more.

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10 sites developers should have in their bookmarks


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