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JavaScript : Flash Title For New Message

Whenever you chat with your friends on Facebook or Gmail, you often see new blinking message which appears on Title of browser when you’re on other webpage or tab. I always feel how they would notify us with this message. After some research I found that it is a small JavaScript which makes this happen. This tutorial post will help you to flash Title of web browser for new message. Let’s look at some JavaScript stuff var message_interval = null; var user = 'Zainul'; var message = 'Hello There'; var odd_even = 0; var old_title = document.title; /** * Show title message when new message arrives */ function showTitleMessage() { // set time interval message_interval = setInterval(function() { // reset title and execute next task when user returs to this tab $(window).bind('focus', function() { clearInterval(message_interval); document.

CSS: How To Create Custom Scrollbar For Webkit Supported Browsers

One of eye catching thing of Gmail new updates was its scrollbar. First I thought it would be an html element represented by some kind of Javascript. But after some time I realized that it was not Javascript effect rather it is a CSS effects for scrollbars. One amazing thing about this scrollbars are, they can be represented in different style for different HTML elements within same webpage. Today we will see the implementation of such scrollbar for Webkit supported browsers. First we will look at basic CSS properties of scrollbar. ::-webkit-scrollbar              ::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb        ::-webkit-scrollbar-track        ::-webkit-scrollbar-button       ::-webkit-scrollbar-track-piece  ::-webkit-scrollbar-corner       ::-webkit-resizer Following image shows location these properties within scrollbar. Now let’s look at the one basic example body{ min-height: 1000px; } ::-webkit-scroll

Preload Images Using Javascript

Preload Image is technique which helps browser to render images with minimum delay. Today we will see example of image gallery. Gallery contain 5 images which load images one after another whenever user clicks next and back button. This is a basic image gallery scenario which is used in all possible website, then why we need preloaded images for this gallery? Now a day’s most of website becoming faster and user expectation is increasing. Suppose your website doesn’t use preload image technique for gallery and a user visits any image gallery from Google Plus or Facebook and visits your website gallery. Then that user always prefer those websites rather than yours. Why? Because your website load one image at a time. When user click on next button, then only gallery load image and user has wait till it get loaded. To avoid this situation gallery needs to download all images

How To Implement Review Rich Snippet

Rich snippet helps to create more interactive appearance of your webpage in SERP . There are different sets of Rich snippet which are approved by Google. Today we will see the how to implement Review – Rich snippet . provides vocabulary to create snippet that SERP page shows result with additional information like ratings, review count, description. Let’s implement this snippet. Here is sample example without snippet. Basho’s is one of the best restaurant in Pune - by Zainul, October 1, 2013 4/5 stars Very nice ambiance, food & service. ...! Now we will add vocabulary for this page. <div itemprop = "review" itemscope itemtype = "" >     <span itemprop = "name" > Basho’s is one of the best restaurant in Pune </span> -     by <span itemprop = "author" > Zainul </span> ,     <div itemprop = "reviewRating" itemscope