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Hi all,

I would like to know what are the COOL STUFFS I can add to web pages. I know very few like FaceBook Like Button, Twitter Tweet button, Skype call facility. Anything else???
 

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Actually I am just collecting that kind of stuffs, because they are really COOOOOLLLL!!!! I found a plugging checker provided by Mozilla, and most of friends said it's really good.

How about making you site greyscale?
NONO DrP..I am asking about stuffs I can use. Not about changes we can do to the whole site.
 

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Actually I am just collecting that kind of stuffs, because they are really COOOOOLLLL!!!


NONO DrP..I am asking about stuffs I can use. Not about changes we can do to the whole site.
Sorry, I was actually joking! My pet-hate is gimmickry on websites, and that seems to be what you're after? It sounds like you are just playing and learning, though, which is great because then you'll know how to implement all these things should you really need them. Practically all the sites I build are for clients, not myself, which require designs which don't distract from the purpose of the site. Gimmicks do distract, so should be avoided unless they contribute to the aims of the site. You could try integrating your site with Twitter and Facebook? Mailing list subscription forms, play around with jQuery, it all depends which way you want to go?

I noticed you have been posting a bit about security issues - you could try playing around with form valIdation?
 
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How about adding stumble upon and digg, I'm not much sure how these really works, I hope you can try it out.
 

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Sorry, I was actually joking!
OK OK..No Problem:):):)(y)(y)(y)

My pet-hate is gimmickry on websites, and that seems to be what you're after? It sounds like you are just playing and learning, though, which is great because then you'll know how to implement all these things should you really need them. Practically all the sites I build are for clients, not myself, which require designs which don't distract from the purpose of the site. Gimmicks do distract, so should be avoided unless they contribute to the aims of the site. You could try integrating your site with Twitter and Facebook? Mailing list subscription forms, play around with jQuery, it all depends which way you want to go?

I noticed you have been posting a bit about security issues - you could try playing around with form valIdation?
Of course.. I am studying and doing lots of experiments. I have used that facebook and twitter thing, and I have created a mailist by my self. In JQuery case, unfortunatly still I don't have enough time to do that, because I am self studying PHP, C#, advanced JavaScript etc(I am a student in Java Track)..

Form Validation? Yeah, it's really cool isn't it?
 
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I am self studying PHP, C#, advanced JavaScript etc
If you're studying advanced javascript, then you should not skip JQuery. It's very easy and can make your (javascript programming) life significantly better.

(I am a student in Java Track)
Hmmm, Java has nothing to do with the other languages you mentioned...
 

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If you're studying advanced javascript, then you should not skip JQuery. It's very easy and can make your (javascript programming) life significantly better.
This is the same thing My lecturer said to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But, I have to stay away from it for some time, until my quarter exam is finished. Then we have Linux studies, so I am free!!
 

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Looks easy to use, but support only in Firefox is a deal-breaker for me.
Yeah, won't it will support all other Netscape Navigator technology browsers ? Because normally, if something supports to FF, they normally supports all Netscape Technology browsers.. What do you think?
 

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Even I have forced myself to start learning jQuery. It's the elephant in the room.
My lecturer gave me access to a great JQuery resource, but unfortunately I am really busy, and overloaded :(
 
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