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Top 5 Web Design Trends in 2013

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In 2012 we saw quite a lot of trends in web designing that set forth the founding stones of a radical change in the way we approach and design websites. 2013 is going to be one of those years when the rest of the World Wide Web will flock towards an HTML 5 website that’s styled with the brand new features of CSS 3. In the last quarter of 2012 we saw a lot of popular websites doing a complete redesign and defining the emergence of a new trend that is bound to storm into the mainstream webmaster community beginning this year. In this article I am going to talk about 5 such trends that you must adapt or at least prepare your website to be flexible enough to accept such changes.
Going Responsive – HTML 5 is not only about creating games with canvas and showing off the cool animations using CSS 3. One of the fundamental reasons why this markup language gained widespread acceptance amongst developers in the fact that it allows designing of web applications that automatically adjust itself on other small screen devices. This feature is called responsive or fluid design where you will see the entire content of the website shifting and adjusting on an iPad or iPhone. While 2012 saw blogs like Mashable, The Next Web etc. shift to this format I believe that in 2013 there is going to be an explosion of responsive designing. Gone are those days when you had a separate site called m.site.com. Prepare to make your own website fluid because the number of people who access the internet from tablets and smartphones are growing at a skyrocketing pace.
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Single Tone Colors – Apart from responsive designing another fast emerging trend is the use of single tome color. By single tone I mean using shades of blue or dark red. The latest redesigns of Mashable and The Next Web are perfect examples of how one consistent color is used to determine the entire theme of the website. In 2013 we will definitely see more websites shifting to this trend because when you use minimalistic color tones without using lots of different shades then the readers are more focused on the text and content of your site.

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It's not the Harlem Shake

Search YouTube for the Harlem Shake and more than 200,000 results pop up: a group of sky divers thrust their pelvises and pump their fists in a wild dance move while falling amid the clouds; members of the University of Georgia men’s swim-and-dive team do similar moves in their trunks underwater; Norwegian Army officers stand stoically in camouflage and berets before breaking into their version of the dance, all set to an electronic groove.

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How to become a successful model (Charles Nyangiti)

Observing nature and learning art from nature, here are tips on how to become a successful model in art:
  1. Be cool and be yourself
  2. Be respectful to the people you work with
  3. Remember in the online age any photos you take will last a long long time...
  4. Believe in yourself and your accomplishments
  5. Join social networks and present yourself very well and with a constructive attitude
  6. Remember anything you do will precede you in the future
  7. Stick to your guns
  8. Don't be bullied, believe in yourself (again!)
  9. Be prepared to travel a good deal
  10. Make people like you, i.e. put your ego aside
  11. Strive for quality and don't settle for number two. Practice practice practice!
  12. Don't pay attention to rumors!
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Blow Up - Hồ Ngọc Hà [Gala Mai Vàng 2013]





Blow Up - Hồ Ngọc Hà
Chương trình "Gala Mai Vàng chào Xuân 2013" do Báo Người Lao Động phối hợp với Công Ty TNHH Pou Yuen Việt Nam (Bình Tân, TPHCM) tổ chức diễn ra tối 28-1.

[DVD Tết Việt 2013] Talk Show Vui Xuân Đón Tết - Hồ Ngọc Hà [Official]

Old Microsoft news on Windows 8 review and data center

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I’m immersed in web designing most of my adult life from front-end web developer to present, I have more than ten years of professional experience in the design industry.


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When I’m tired and my eyes are hot, I don’t feel like looking at tiny words on a page. My kids also tend to not like going to sleep if there is a light on, which is necessary for reading. Acacia is pretty attached to having a bedtime story, so it seemed like the best solution would be to make one up which I could tell her while laying in bed with the light off.

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The Importance of Muhammad Ali (Louisville, Kentucky)

The Importance of Muhammad Ali

by Thomas Hauser
Muhammad Ali in Chicago, Illinois, March 1974. (NARA)Muhammad Ali in Chicago, Illinois, March 1974. (National Archives and Records Administration)
Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., as Muhammad Ali was once known, was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 17, 1942—a time when blacks were the servant class in Louisville. They held jobs such as tending the backstretch at Churchill Downs (the famous race track where the Kentucky Derby is held) and cleaning other people’s homes. In Louisville in the 1940s, the highest career goal that most black people could realistically set for their children was that they join the clergy or teach at an all-black public school. Ali’s father, Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr., supported a wife and two sons by painting billboards and signs. Ali’s mother, Odessa Grady Clay, worked on occasion as a household domestic.


Justin Bieber appears to be smoking pot in party pictures - Chicago Illinois


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What were you doing when you were 18? Looks as if Justin Bieber has been getting his party on.