Posts Tagged ‘Tutorial’

Facebook Fan Pages (Part 2)

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Facebook Tabs – How to and Showcase

Following on from my previous post on , I’m going to show you how to create your very own tab on Facebook using FBML. You may have noticed recently that many companies are creating their own tabs on their Facebook Fan Pages. (more…)

Facebook Fan Pages (Part 1)

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The Benefits and How to Set One Up

I’ve been on Facebook for sometime now, after finally giving into my friends and family’s nagging (Feel free to ). Back then I didn’t realise the potential Facebook offers to businesses both large or small. (more…)

CSS Absolute Positioning

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Absolute positioning in CSS allows you to position elements in HTML in a specific place on a website. Elements can be positioned using top, right, bottom and left properties using positive or negative CSS units such as px or em. Normally, HTML elements on a page are always positioned statically from top to bottom.

Twitter Video Tutorial!

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Here is our first video tutorial on how to set up an account on Twitter. Even though this is a relatively simple process we have included some great tips on how to find people that you can market your business to. For those of you who are unaware or simply ignored the social explosion of twitter ( I did for a while ) then this is a great little tutorial which will take you through the steps of setting up an account.

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Firefox 4 Beta

Mozilla have released the first beta version of Firefox 4. The latest version of this browser will include better support for many of the new web technologies, a new add on manager, crash protection from third party plugins and accelerated hardware support. One of the most obvious changes is that the tabs have now been moved [...]
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