Previous Post Link: Bootstrap grid system, column, row, and many more At times, you might want to display the columns on the screen in a different order than the way in which they are defined in the HTML code. Bootstrap provides the col-push-X and col-pull-X classes for this. While col-push-X will move the column to the right by … Continue reading Bootstrap pulling and pushing columns to change the order of the element
Previous Post Link: How to install bootstrap and customize it Grids help you achieve consistency in your designs by offering you a structure to put your design elements in that structure. Prior to Bootstrap 3, you had to add mobile styles explicitly. Bootstrap 3 has changed all that by adapting a mobile-first approach with mobile styles baked-in … Continue reading Bootstrap grid system, column, row, and many more
Yahoo played the unwitting host to a week’s worth of malware-laden scams in what may be the largest attack of its kind in months, security firm Malwarebytes claimed. Researchers said the attackers infiltrated the web portal’s advertising network and planted traps on its homepage — along with its sports, finance, celebrity and games sites. When … Continue reading Yahoo users and visitors may have been hacked
Previous Post Link: Few things about bootstrap you should know There are several ways to incorporate Bootstrap into your projects. You can customize Bootstrap depending on your requirement and how you intend to utilize it. At times, you need to make minor changes such as adding colors or changing the font size. For these customizations, you … Continue reading How to install bootstrap and customize it
Previous Post Link: What is bootstrap and why should you use bootstrap? Lets look few features or good side that made twitter bootstrap the greatest and most popular responsive website layout framework. Reusability: Bootstrap has ready-made components, CSS styles, and plugins that can be included directly in your code. This aspect saves you a considerable amount of … Continue reading Few things about bootstrap you should know
The styling and presentation of your website is imperative, as it plays an important role in creating a great user experience. Therefore, you need to acquire design skills, which help you to create attractive websites. Add deadlines to the project where time is imperative and you realize you have quite a task at hand. Several toolkits … Continue reading What is bootstrap and why should you use bootstrap?
Previous Post: Learn programming with C++ : Mathematical Operations The most common statement in C++ is the expression. Most expressions involve the arithmetic operators, such as addition (+), subtraction (–) and multiplication (*). But there is a whole other class of operators, known as the logical operators. Logical operators fall into two types. The AND and … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Logical Operations
Linux stopped being an OS reserved for “geeks” a long time ago. While the command-line is still indispensable, all popular Linux distributions offer a full-fledged graphical interface, called desktop environment (DE) in which you can work like in any other OS. If you’ve decided to switch to Linux in 2015, or you just want to … Continue reading Top 15 Linux distributions of 2015
There are three major operating systems for computers: Windows, Mac and Linux. Most people are versed with either of the first two, which are copyrighted, while a smaller number of people are knowledgeable about the Linux operating system, which is open source. There are differences and similarities in each, and which one you prefer will … Continue reading Linux : positive and negative sides
Your hard disk is the storage device that holds the entire Windows operating system and all of your important files and data. Through normal use of your computer, your hard disk will become cluttered with hundreds or even thousands of Junk Files. These junk files are created by Windows and other programs that writes temporary files, … Continue reading Clean Junk files in C Drive with CCleaner
Google is getting ready to shutter some abandoned Google+ Local pages. On July 28, business pages that aren’t being used will be “unverified.” Search Engine Land has discovered a post Google made about its plans, which was posted in the Local Search Forums: In the past few months, you may have seen some changes in the … Continue reading Google will shut down abandoned Google+ Local pages on July 28
Speaking at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference last week in Aspen, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman was slow to agree with the notion that his site’s design was ‘unresponsive and confusing’ — but eventually conceded that it indeed needed work. Hoffman responded to a question from Jourdan Urbach — CTO of social video platform Ocho — about … Continue reading Reid Hoffman reluctantly admits that LinkedIn’s design needs work
Earlier today, Microsoft pushed out the latest build of Windows 10 to Microsoft Windows Insiders, windows 10 build 10240. With the Windows 10 general release being right around the corner, this build is mostly a bug smashing update, just like the last few releases, but in this version, Edge has gotten a few enhancements as well. … Continue reading Windows 10 build 10240, What’s new in it?
The Microsoft Office word program is the most popular and largest used text document creator and editor in the whole world. You can say that every windows computer out there has some version of Microsoft word installed in it. When I am writing this article the most recent and updated version of the Microsoft Office suite … Continue reading Office 2013: Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word
It’s been long enough. Vulnerability after vulnerability is found in Adobe Flash and yet most of us continue to put up with it and blindly install it on every computer. Even when Adobe started packaging rubbish with Flash we kept installing it. With the latest revelations that a surveillance company was exploiting it to take … Continue reading Flash Player : Uninstall it forever