Omegle is a chat room that pairs you randomly with someone else. Both chatters are anonymous, identified only by the handle "Stranger". You can chat about anything you like. You can share data or talk about the weather. You can make a new friend or frustrate a stranger until he or she chooses to disconnect from the conversation. It’s pretty much a free-for-all. Chats are completely anonymous, although there is nothing to stop you from revealing personal details if you would like.
Recently I was fixing some CSS image alignments and the width for images. And the problem was with the big images that come out of content?! At this point comes out max-width. The max-width CSS property is a great property to use when you don’t want an element to get larger than a certain size. It does exactly what it says it does. Using it with images can be very handy. Here’s the syntax.
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Password Bird is another web 2.0 apps where you can generate you password with the combinations of Your name, Your special Word, and any special date.
If you are searching any fast Ajax applications or you want to see a fast demo how it work, Ajaxdaddy.com is a web site with a large collections of nifty web 2.0 applications.
The most Ajax applications are using the jQuery scripts. I can quote some of them like the “Ajax instant edit” or “Table sort , Table organize” different type of Carousel script. Enjoy them on you web site.
- is easy to use
- is customizable and skinnable
- comes with a coherent API (CSS based parameter) and a short introduction
- is tested with IE 6 + 7, Firefox 2, Opera 9 and Safari 3 (mac + win)
- is an open source project under MIT license
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