Read RSS Feeds with SimpleXML

RSS(Really Simple Syndication) is used to distribute updated web content of the website to all over the world. It is generally used by those who updated his work over the web such as blog entries, news bulletins, audios or videos. RSS basically a Standardized XML format which allow publishing the data on the web and easily reading by any programming language Like Java, .NET, PHP etc. RSS provide benefit to there user who want to get the favorite latest information from subscribed website.

Here is an example to read RSS feeds with SimpleXML. SimpleXML is a extension of PHP that allow users to read or manipulate xml data. If you want to use this extension then you have to use PHP5 or grater then.

Ajax based instant image upload

Image upload is simple to just select an image and click on the upload button that’s it. But it will be more effective when the selected image upload instanly means with out click on any upload button and you will see also the preview of that uploaded image.

All this will be more easy with ajax (asynchronous javaScript and xml) request. In this example we will use the ajax form plugin. I really thanks for this plugin because with the help of this plugin it will be more easy to make an ajax based instant image upload script.

Instant Image Upload

Dynamic select box with php and jquery

Most of the websites and web-applications are developing in server scripting languages. And the GUI part are designed in jquery, css and html. For GUI designing purpose jquery is easy and light so that the website will open quickly.

We use jquery because it is the cross browser compatible, so that the GUI remain same in the modern browsers. Jquery also using to send back-end or to gathering the data from cross domain. In this example we use jquery for dynamic dependent select boxes so that the page will not refresh every time when the related data are loading.

Scale and rotate with webkit transition on mouse hover

This will works only for modern browsers such as Chrome(1.0), Firefox (4.0), Internet Explorer(10), Opera(10.5), Safari (3.2); It will not work for non-webkit browsers, means no scale and rotate effect is seen.

The example for the scale and rotate is here:

<div id="container">
<div id="selector" class="chkani">
<img src="player_play.png" />


now the CSS codes: