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Why I moved to WordPress

A loyal Blogger user for so long (3yrs), why this sudden change! Created a site for a few through it, created own templates, and the question now stalked me from everyone was why this change?

Simple answer to all: I wanted to grow in blogging! I wanted more customized site than what I had

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Blog Personal Website

KelvinCastelino.com is here!

Yes at last I have got my own domain with my name in it!
Yippeee!

Its kelvincastelino.com

I suppose the dream was set 3 years back! Lot of progress has happened to the blog and of course me to! Will be slowly updating this space as my portfolio of my innovations and creativity!

Thank you for your support!
God Bless 🙂

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Long Time No See

I t had been sometime I was aways without any new blog posts! I was kind of busy designing and developing a site for one of my very good friend, and atlast after 2 weeks of day-and-night work I atlast completed it. Will share the details with you soon! Its my first website, and its official launch will be on Tuesday of next week and me all so excited about it! 🙂

And since now me back, let me start posting by thoughts and views 🙂
Happy Blogging 🙂

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Career Sites

Lot of them as soon as they finish they graduation or Post graduation, start looking forward to apply for jobs, but recent times, technology and waste crap all over net has made it quite impossible to search for the desired data unless you know it before hand. So I thought why not let me help some by collecting most of the sites career links, so that most of them benefit from it. Work is in progress 🙂

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CSS pseudo:hover Class Fix

To all the people people who keep playing around with CSS, you might be or might not be familiar with the “pseudo:hover” class.

What it does?
Pseudo:hover class is commonly used to display content to a user, based on interaction of the user with elements on a website or webpage. More like, the user hovers a link, where then a drop down (menu) or set of other links or content is displayed for the user. So now you got the clear cut idea of whats “:hover” class is more likely used for.

#div .parent, a, img {regular state}
#div .parent:hover, a:hover, img:hover {alternative state}

It works fine in all the browsers, Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and also in IE 9, 8, 7. The problem arises when we come to our dead browser IE 6, and you know what www.w3cschool.com states that 3.2% of all internet users are still browsing with IE6 and below. Now when it comes to developers and clients who persist on this, no matter how many new generation browsers we have, the client just wants a fix. And to your good news, there is a fix for this issue.