Find out all photos you friend Liked

Find out all photos you friend Liked

Dear Guests and Members,facebook is a social networking site.

This tip is very usefull.

The title speaks for itself. This nifty trick lets you discover all photos your friend has previously Liked on Facebook.

ایڈوب فوٹوشاپ کا پروگرام چلانا

کلاس نمبر 2
سب سے پہلے ٹاسک بار پر موجودسٹارٹ بٹن پر کلک کریں۔
اور ظاہر ہونے والے مینیو میں سے ایڈوب فوٹوشاپ پر کلک کریں توتھوڑی دیر بعددرج ذیل شکل کی طرح سے مطلوبہ پروگرام کی میں سکرین نظر آئے گی۔

ایڈوب فوٹوشاپ استعمال کرنے کے لیئے کمپیوٹر کی کم سے کم ضروضروریات

کلاس نمبر 1

ایڈوب فوٹوشاپ کے لیئے آپ کا کمپیوٹر درج ذیل چیزوں پر 
مشتعمل ہونا چاہیئے۔


Pantenium 3 or 4
ونڈوز 2000 ءونڈوز ایکس پی یا بعد میں آنے والی ونڈوز کا کوئ بھی ورژن۔
(800or 600)سپر وی جی اے
یاہائر ریزولوشنکے ساتھ
سی ڈی روم ڈرائیو۔

How to Come up with Great Content Ideas

Do you spend hours staring at a blank computer screen or piece of paper, desperately racking your brain for just one great content idea? Well, the sad reality is that you cannot afford to wait for inspiration to strike: your readers are waiting for yet another one of your great posts to enjoy and share.

This article is your reference for tips and tricks to find inspiration and create great content to grow your WordPress site.

We’ll cover the following topics:

How to source inspiration directly from your readers
How to get great topic ideas from your social media channels
Useful tools you may already be using, but not as effectively
How to overcome writer’s block
Know Your Readers and Their Concerns

This is arguably the starting point to creating great content: knowing your reader and their concerns.

To gain and maintain a steady stream of followers, you must produce consistently good content that your blog visitors are interested in. Since your content is ideally centered around the needs and interests of your readers, it is therefore very important to know who they are. But how would you know what your readers are interested in?

First, put yourself in your reader’s shoes. Then ask and answer the following questions:

What issues do your readers struggle with most?
What would better enable them to understand and solve those issues?
What would a reader enter in search engines to find content in your niche?
Creating valuable content boils down to problem solving. You can start writing winning content more easily once you know what your readers are looking for and what their pain points are.

A key thing to remember, however, is that some of your readers may be beginners who are trying to come to grips with your subject area. So create content that is clear & appealing to beginners and which does not exclusively focus on advanced readers.

Look at Your Analytics

Your website analytics will provide you with a lot of insight regarding where your readers are coming from and how they’re interacting with your site. Check Google Analytics for keywords that users are searching for to get to your site, and then create engaging content about those topics.

You can also use those insights to update and keep existing posts relevant; or to create new posts with detailed information on the problems your target audience is trying to solve.

Go Through Your Blog Comments

Your blog comments can be extremely helpful to you in a number of ways.

First of all, they provide you with great insight into what readers think of the content you have written. This may include positive or negative feedback on the style and clarity of your writing, questions for more information on areas you can expand on, wide-spread problems being discussed and/or solutions to those problems.

Note them down and come up with post ideas to help your readers.

If your readers take the time to report a problem they are having, or to give you feedback, you need to listen. It usually means that it’s a significant challenge they, and other users, are facing.

Sift Through Your FAQs

You can actively engage with your readers by answering their most frequently asked questions in blog posts. This will show readers that you have carefully considered their responses to your content, and also helps other readers who may also have similar questions.

And as a nice bonus, you may attract some more visitors that wouldn’t have found your WordPress site otherwise.

Use Social Media

Social media channels are arguably the best place to source inspiration. Take BuzzFeed for example. They constantly browse the web for fun ideas – typically small trends or trending topics in niche areas – and make them more mainstream.

At the time of writing, Twitter show us that growth hacking and content marketing tips are now trending among bloggers.
You can also use social media to stay on top of industry trends; and to monitor the new keywords created by these trends. Use tools like Google Trends, Twitter Trends, Reddit, etc. to keep up with the conversation and take it to your blog.

Questionnaires and Polls

Another useful way to engage with readers is to put out short surveys or polls on your blog, social media or your mailing list. Ask them any questions they may have or for their opinion on certain topics that you covered. This is also a fantastic way to keep them engaged with your content.

5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Converting

  • How do you measure the success of a site? Conversion.You could have a lot of traffic going to your site, but those visits don’t really matter if you aren’t converting them into customers. The only visitors that matter are those that are adding to your bottom-line. All other traffic is essentially wasted.
  • Are you finding yourself with a lot of traffic, selling the right products at competitive prices, yet not with many paying customers? Then read on to find out why your site isn’t converting and what you can do about it.
  • Check Your Current Conversion Rate
  • First things first, you should know your current conversion rate. Whether you measure your conversions by product purchases, brochure downloads or email newsletter signups: you need to be measuring and tracking those conversions regularly. You can track your conversion rate using Goals in Google Analytics, or through any other analytics platform of your choosing.
  • So what’s considered a good conversion rate? The ideal rate is between 2 to 3 percent. This rate could be higher or lower based on the value of the conversion (e.g. you’d have more difficulty converting customers if you’re selling products or services worth $10,000+). But if you’re having less than 2 percent conversion and your conversion value isn’t very high, then you might have a problem on your hands.
  • Here are five reasons why your site may be underperforming.
  • #1. You’re Providing a Bad Mobile Experience
  • If your website isn’t mobile-friendly, there is no way it will survive in these times. It isn’t enough for your site to be responsive, it has to be designed specifically for mobile in terms of content and structure. Failure to do so would mean marginalizing a substantial portion of your customer base and in turn decreasing your conversion rate.
  • But what does designing for mobile entail?
  • Using large and easily legible text
  • Using short paragraphs
  • Making sure that every key feature is just a tap away
  • Having just a single call-to-action
  • The key is to keep testing your mobile site. Perhaps you should even ask customers and family members for feedback on your site’s mobile experience. Afterwards, you should review what is working and what is not – and address those issues.
  • As long as you do not ignore the importance of having a good mobile experience for your site, you can easily hone in on the reason(s) your site is not converting.
  • #2. No Call to Action
  • Your website could be user-friendly with engaging and quality content, but without a clear and concise call-to-action, you simply won’t convert. Users may want to convert but just don’t have the opportunity or means to do so. Because you haven’t provided it.
  • Make your call-to-action clear, concise, prominent, specific and compelling. Provide all the information users need so they know exactly what you want them to do next. Create calls-to-action that are relevant and specific; and place them in a prominent place on every page of your site.
  • Whatever you do, make sure it is very easy for the user to convert when they are ready to.
  • #3. Your Users Are Annoyed with Your Website
  • You may be missing out on conversion opportunities if there is something off-putting about your site. Look at your bounce rate: if it is high, then you know there is something that is not appealing to users.
  • In such a case, you need to find out what the problem is – directly from the user. You may use heat maps and look at your user journeys via Google Analytics, but perhaps it will make your job easier to ask users directly (e.g. via a quick survey).
  • A few common annoyances on websites:
  • You do not offer any useful information
  • Navigation is too difficult
  • You have too many ads or popups
  • Your site doesn’t look good
  • These are all problems with a rather easy fix. Take your time investigating them and fix the errors as soon as you can.
  • #4. You’re Off-Target
  • Your website should be anything but general. A lot of website owners aim to please everyone – but they can’t – and end up isolat


How To Add Links To Text And Pictures With HTML

How To Add Links To Text And Pictures With HTML

Blogging Help:: How To Add Links To Text And Pictures With HTML

November 11, 2012

*Post contains affiliate links.




HTML can be a very scary thing, especially for a new blogger. And while it’s not imperative that you learn HTML since Blogger, WordPress and other blogging software have WYSIWYG blog post editors, I still think that every blogger should at least know the basics, like how to add a link to text or an image using HTML.


For example, what if you want to add a linked image on your sidebar? In both Blogger and WordPress, there are simple widgets that will allow you to do that with no HTML knowledge, but those widgets limit how you can arrange the photos since each photo is its own widget, and individual widgets are generally stacked on top of each other.


So, a major step towards having complete control over the arrangement of your sidebar items is to learn how to link text and images using HTML. Once you start to learn the basics of HTML, you’ll see that HTML isn’t just a bunch of random code. It’s actually very structured and very logical. In fact, I prefer to write my posts in HTML rather than using the WYSIWYG editor. I find that I have much more control over the way my posts look when I write them in HTML…and I like to have full control.



So we’ll start with links today. I’ll start with a basic link, and then add in some more advanced options.


How to add a basic text link using HTML

We’re all familiar with text links in a blog post. We see them in every post we read. They look like this…


Have you seen my tiny condo kitchen makeover? It took me two years, but I finally got it finished!


So now let’s take a look at the basic minimum code necessary to turn the words “tiny condo kitchen makeover” into a link. That code looks like this…


<a href=””>tiny condo kitchen makeover</a>


That doesn’t look too scary, does it?  Now I’ll show you in a different way.  This is the basic structure for every single text link..


<a href=””>words that you want linked</a>


Here’s a bit of info to help this all make sense:


all of the code to create a link must be enclosed between the < > brackets, and it must be placed immediately before the link or image that you want to link;

immediately after the text or image that you want linked, you must place the </a> code to indicate that the link ends.

the linked text that shows on a blog post or web page is often referred to as anchor text or a hyperlink;

the “a” in the <a code stands for “anchor”.

the “href” stands for “hypertext reference”.

immediately after “href” you must use the equals sign, and then place the url to the page to which you’re linking inside quotation marks.

I’ll give you one more example of a sentence with three links.


Last fall, I made a wreath out of cardstock paper, a decoupaged candle holder, and some miniature pumpkin vases.


And here’s what the HTML looks like for that sentence…


Last fall, I made a <a href=””>wreath out of cardstock paper</a>, a <a href=””>decoupaged candle holder</a>, and some <a href=””>miniature pumpkin vases</a>.


How to add a link to a photo using HTML

The HTML for a linked image is almost the same as the HTML for linked text.  The only difference is that instead of text, you have to include the URL for the image that you want linked.


Before you can add a linked image to your blog (e.g., on your sidebar), you first have to upload that picture to an online host.  If you blog on WordPress, simply upload the picture to your Media Library.  After uploading the image, you’ll need the URL for that image.  The URL for an image should end

How To: Use RSS Feeds to Auto-Publish Content to your WordPress Site

Even though Google unceremoniously dropped their support for RSS, via the discontinuation of their well-loved, if not well-used (enough) Google Reader service, there is still some mileage left in the RSS format.

While publishers can benefit by turning one-time visitors into regular readers via subscription to their RSS feed, site owners can also make use of RSS feeds to incorporate content from other sources into their websites. By using an RSS aggregator plugin, it is possible to stream content from other websites and publish it on your own site automatically.

This might sound like content scraping or outright plagiarism. However, if used responsibly this approach to content curation and publishing can help enhance your website without doing any harm from a credibility or SEO perspective.

While filling your blog with content from other sources is an example of not how to do it, creating an aggregated source of the best weekly news stories from your niche is a good way to add value to your readers’ visit to your site.

This can be done in the form of simply listing article titles, with a link back to the original post, or going as far as publishing whole posts directly to your blog. If you want to provide a one stop resource for your readers, in the form of a news roundup page, popular posts list, or top 10 related items, these plugins can help you source content from elsewhere while doing it in the right way.

Best WordPress RSS Aggregator Plugins

With these plugins you can add the feeds from your favourite or notable sites in your niche and then automatically publish the latest post titles and more, direct to your blog.

WP RSS Aggregator

This is a popular free plugin for incorporating content into your WordPress site via RSS feeds. It has been developed by Jean from WP Mayor and has a positive rating on the plugin repository. Once installed, it’s easy to add new sources to your site, simply by entering the URL of the site you wish to source content from.

Once you’ve added one feed or more, you can insert the feeds into your posts by using a shortcode. Thankfully the plugin adds a menu item to your post editor which allows for easy insertion of the shortcodes into your posts. You can select all your added feeds to be included in your post, just one, or a selection.

This RSS plugin comes with a number of settings that make it very easy to manage how the links and imported content are handled. These include the ability to open links in a new window or not, or use the lightbox effect, set links as nofollow and show the date published, to name but a few.

WP RSS Aggregator is well supported with a video walkthrough available covering how to setup and use the plugin as well as other types of user documentation.

While this plugin is free, there are some premium add-ons available. Amongst the available extensions, the extra features include:

Feed to Post: import feed items into their own posts
Keyword Filtering: control what gets published on your blog by specifying keywords to filter by
Categories: filter and organise feed items by category
Excerpts and Thumbnails: include excerpts and thumbnail images from the posts as part of your list of feed items
If you want to begin automatically sourcing the latest new stories from a list of your favourite sites, for publication on your own blog, it couldn’t be easier with this free plugin and its premium add-ons.

How TO – Three Column Layout

Step 2) Add CSS:

In this example, we will create three equal columns:
.column {
float: left;
width: 33.33%;

/* Clear floats after the columns */
.row:after {
content: “”;
display: table;
clear: both;

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