Tag: css & HTML

Nov 04 2013

Google Custom Search Refinements

Google is a very popular search engine. One of the driving forces behind the popularity is the Google Inc’s generous offers such as free site based search. The Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) is a such free Webmaster tool. It allows the site owners to integrate the powerful Google search system into their website. I …

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Jun 04 2013

Fixing overlapping content

We can use CSS codes to arrange containers of information in variety of ways. The vertical stacking order called z-index is used to denote which container will go on top of the other. Problems occurs when you write CSS containers without the consideration for the z-index value or use scripts from several different sources with …

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Jun 02 2013

Integrating Google Custom Search

The Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) is a server side program written in C++ for web developers to improve their individual search results. It comes in few different flavors as advanced as Google Enterprise Search servers to Google hosted search pages. I will go into deep end with Google Custom Search for personal websites, a …

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Jun 01 2013

Introduction to Drupal modules

Drupal is the second most popular Content Management System (CMS) with the best reputation for security. It is behind WordPress CMS because for most non-programmers/geeks, the administration of Drupal can be a nightmare. Even for someone who is not new to web programming, the learning curve can be very high. But there are good reasons …

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May 22 2013

Optimizing print friendly version

Sometimes it is very important to provide users with access to “print friendly” (printer friendly, print file, etc) version of the web content. When publishing content focused pages, the added images / diagrams, side bars and other items that help creates a smooth surfing structures can also work against “printability” of a website. Newspapers, University …

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