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50 random facts about me - Part 3

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 29, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger ADDIE, Blogger Kitty, Blogger Bien-aimé Linda ♥, Anonymous Chazzie,
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Random facts about me #21 - #30

#21. I prefer English accent over American accent..
It's something I grew up with.

#22. My bestfriend is also my boyfriend.
I don't have best girl-friends. Or close girl-friends.

#23. I used to secretly wish the world was in my domination.
Yay! World domination FTW!

#24. I love daydreaming.
This is one of my little harmless activities.

#25. I've never been out of Southeast Asia.
The furthest I've been was to Peninsular Malaysia. But this may change soon.

#26. I don't really like cold places..
because I normally can't stand low temperatures. Which becomes quite a joke to people who know me. They'd say thing like, "how are you going to survive winters in UK then?"

#27. I've never had Starbucks coffee.
I don't see the need nor why I have to.

#28. I've only dated a younger guy once.
And it wasn't fun.

#29. I love watching the Total Wipeout (UK) and Ninja Warrior (Japan) shows..
and make fun of all the contestants.

#30. I wanted to be an astronomer..
but I wasn't good enough for it.


Wait for the next 20 random facts about me. :)

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Feeding this troll

Blogged by: Kitty on Tuesday, October 18, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Anonymous Michelle, Anonymous chazz,
Facebook comments: comments

I'm currently busying myself with job hunts, writing up job application letters and drafting my curriculum vitae. This, of course, is not without countless delays (anyone smells a whiff of procrastination here?) and I seriously can't finish writing my CV in one sitting.

Anyway I've cleaned up the link exchanges section. I deleted all the links there and replaced them with others. If you want to exchange links with me, at least make the effort to come by my site and talk to me.


On a different note, I find it extremely amusing to learn that one blog author simply resorted to disperse the blame on other people instead of providing a counter argument. Awww, coming from someone who has every internal links on her blog to open up on a new tab and centering everything in the content box, this is not surprising. :D Oh, did I mention the same blogger puts a space in between a word and a punctuation mark (or between punctuation marks) LIKE . THIS ?

Also, I can't believe someone would encourage others to dump one service over another simply because the said person can't be bothered to type in the blog's URL in the input box multiple times. I mean, how LAZY can you get? The same person doesn't even give a reason why this one particular service is better than the other apart from saying it's "best".

But the funniest bit has to be the one where the blogger offers a tutorial on how to click a checkbox. LOLOL! Apparently clicking on a checkbox is a complex procedure that you actually need to be taught on how to do it. And to prove how pointless this tutorial is, unlike the other tutorials on the same website, no one actually left a comment on this page. Okay, enough said. *facepalms and laments*

Yes I'm a bitch for doing nothing but trolling on other people's website. :)

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Books and cameras

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 15, 2011   |  Leave a comment
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This morning I went to Icklebooks for the very first time. I've heard about the shop so many times and to be honest, I was itching to give the shop a visit. Oh in case you don't know, Icklebooks is a store that sells children's specialty books and educational toys and it's the first one of its kind in Brunei. It's a neat little shop and I enjoyed looking at the items there. But what really interested me the most were the computer-related book and the camera sections. There weren't a lot of choices but I picked up a book that I think would come in handy when it comes to web design.

Web Design in Simple Steps

Web Design in Simple Steps by James A. Brannan



And as I said, there's also the camera section where they sell lomography cameras! I've set my eyes on the Diana F+ and the Diana Mini for a long time now so I was so thrilled to see they actually sell them in the shop!

Diana F+ Lomography Camera

Diana F+ Lomography Camera


And the petite version of Diana F+:
Diana Mini Lomography Camera

Diana Mini Lomography Camera


You can check out more lomography cameras at Lomography or Lomography Asia.


Thanks to Crystal of Teahouse MB for this cute little link buttons.

Codeislove Codeislove

I'm too lazy to create link buttons for Codeislove myself so I'd very much welcome anyone who's willing to make some for me. :)

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Tutorial: How to code Classic Blogger layout - Part 3

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 12, 2011   |  Leave a comment Facebook comments: comments

I apologise for the delay in posting this tutorial. I actually meant to post it right after the Part 2 but somehow I never got around to do it.

In this Part 3, I will be showing you how to add 'pages' to Classic Blogger layout using the overlay div technique. This technique is basically having multiple divs layered on top of
one another and setting them to remain hidden until a function is triggered.


Step 1
Let's say we want to create two more div layers to make About and Visitor pages. So below the <div id="content"> </div> (you could also put them before the </body> tag), we add these lines:

<div id="about">
CONTENT FOR ABOUT ME
</div>

<div id="visitor">
CONTENT FOR VISITORS
</div>


You can add more layers if you want, but for the sake of this tutorial we just create two layers here.


Step 2
We now have two divs for the About and Visitors pages but if we simply leave them like that, they will be visible to the visitors so we need to hide them until they're needed.

Go to the CSS section and add these:

#about, #visitor {display:none;}

Display: none will keep those layers hidden by default. And again, if you have more layers, remember to include them here as well.


Step 3
In the Part 2 of this series, we looked at how to add in the navigation links. So now we are going to modify those links a little bit.

This is what we have in Part 2

<ul id="navigation">
<li><a href="link1.html">Link 1</a></li>
<li><a href="link2.html">Link 2</a></li>
<li><a href="link3.html">Link 3</a></li>
</ul>


Now, in order for the links to work with the div layers we just created, we need to change the modify the codes above to:

<ul id="navigation">
<li><span onClick="changeNavigation('name of div here')">Link 1</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('about')">About</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('visitor')">Visitor</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('link3')">Link 3</span></li>
</ul>


We cannot use the href attribute because that doesn't work with div layers so that's why we need to use the onclick function instead. Remember that the "name of div" here be changed to the name of the corresponding div layers that you want the link to open when you click on them.


Step 4
Next, in order for the onclick function to work, we need to add Javascript to the template. This piece of script should be placed within the <head></head> section, preferably just before the closing </head> tag.

<script type="text/javascript">
function changeNavigation(id)
{document.getElementById('div of main content here').innerHTML=document.getElementById(id).innerHTML}
</script>


Look at the script above and see the text in bold. The text in bold must be changed to the name of the div that you want to be displayed the moment the website is opened. In this example, that would be the #content div layer (refer to Part 1 of this series). So we replace the text in bold with content.


Save your file and it's done.

So this is the end of the How to code Classic Blogger template series. I hope you enjoyed following the tutorials as much as I enjoyed writing them. If you have any questions, feel free to post them below.


// Please leave a link back to Codeislove if you have followed this tutorial so that I can see what you have achieved from this tutorial. Thank you. //


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Quick update 2

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 12, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Anonymous Michelle,
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I'm glad that people the website review section @ Amalina.org has received positive response from people. So far two people have applied to have their websites reviewed. I'm hoping to get more applications in soon. :D

I'd be doing a freebie as well as a new tutorial soon so watch out for them. :)

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Web page review

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 05, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz,
Facebook comments: comments

After a debate with myself, I've somewhat decided to open up a website review (or more commonly referred to as web page review (WPR)) section. I know I mentioned about how I feel that I'm not up to doing reviews but in the end, one's gotta start somewhere. I'm pretty confident with my web design abilities (otherwise I won't be opening up a shop!) and I feel this should be a good way to sharpen my own skills. But anyway, I won't be opening it on this site, since I've already loaded it with articles and tutorials so the reviews would be done on Amalina.org, since the website is practically empty apart from the occasional blog posts on back-end updates.

So if you want to get your website reviewed, head over to Amalina.org now.

And oh, I've written a new article (which I chose to post on Nekonette.com instead) on the tips to building better websites.

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Article: Website reviews

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 01, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz,
Facebook comments: comments

I've seen a lot of personal website owners offering services such as website reviews. Personally I feel this is a good approach by website owners to help other website owners to improve their web design skills. However, most of these website review sites only focus on general things like design, graphics/ layouts and content and tend to neglect other aspects.

Here is a general breakdown of what I think a website review site should include in their reviews:

  • First impressions
  • Navigation
  • Coding and validation
  • Content
  • Design
  • Browser compatibility
  • Errors
  • Overall opinion

Of course different people will have different ideas on how the reviews should be done and I'm positive not everyone will agree with what I have mentioned above. But just be reminded that a website review is not merely about reviewing what you can see from your browser, but also what's behind the layout and all the tangible things that come with it as well. And a reviewer must be professional and impartial enough. The reviewers should actually point out the errors or discrepancies in the website and not simply sugar-coating their words by saying things like, "Oh I love your layout" or "Your blends look great!" or "Your CSS is really unique". (Especially the last one, WTF is that supposed to mean?)

Previously I've been asked if I would do reviews on websites and I've politely declined on the basis of I didn't see myself as a qualified person to review other people's websites. And to this day I still feel that way. Back in 2009 I've posted a short blog on website reviews and the comments I received actually conveyed my points even more clearly than I did. I especially like the comments by Kersheys and Amber. Both of them mentioned that a reviewer should at least have sufficient knowledge in the subject before going into reviewing.

Of course, I don't mean to hold you back from doing reviews because if you've got what it takes to write good and constructive reviews, by all means do go ahead. :) And before you decide to bash me for saying all this, take a moment and ponder the words.


But if you still want me to review your website, by all means leave a message/email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I will try my best to give you a professional review.

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Keyword searches

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 01, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz, Anonymous Jake Bacon,
Facebook comments: comments

I've graduated!! Yes, I can finally say goodbye to my undergraduate days. For more (and detailed) report on the graduation ceremony itself, head over to my main website at Nekonette instead. :D

Ok, below are the most common search keywords that bring people to Codeislove.net:

embedding youtube in website tutorial (3 searches)
one the html is converted to php whats the next step to (3 searches)
convert layout into wordpress layout (2 searches)
converting html to php (2 searches)
how to delete the fame and shadow from a picture in the sidebar in blogger (2 searches)
html to wordpress tutorial (2 searches)
transparent white background without photoshop (2 searches)
youtube+player+for+my+site+2011 (2 searches)
"web design" "powered by blogger"-blogspot.com "post a comment" (1 searches)
+convert html layout to blogger (1 searches)

I think the most relevant searches here are the "convert layout into wordpress layout", "html to wordpress tutorial", "embedding youtube in website tutorial" and "youtube+player+for+my+site+2011".

If you're looking for the tutorial on how to use PHP includes on your website, visit my other blog instead: http://nekonette.com/writings/using-php-includes/

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50 random facts about me - Part 3

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 29, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger ADDIE, Blogger Kitty, Blogger Bien-aimé Linda ♥, Anonymous Chazzie,
Facebook comments: comments

Random facts about me #21 - #30

#21. I prefer English accent over American accent..
It's something I grew up with.

#22. My bestfriend is also my boyfriend.
I don't have best girl-friends. Or close girl-friends.

#23. I used to secretly wish the world was in my domination.
Yay! World domination FTW!

#24. I love daydreaming.
This is one of my little harmless activities.

#25. I've never been out of Southeast Asia.
The furthest I've been was to Peninsular Malaysia. But this may change soon.

#26. I don't really like cold places..
because I normally can't stand low temperatures. Which becomes quite a joke to people who know me. They'd say thing like, "how are you going to survive winters in UK then?"

#27. I've never had Starbucks coffee.
I don't see the need nor why I have to.

#28. I've only dated a younger guy once.
And it wasn't fun.

#29. I love watching the Total Wipeout (UK) and Ninja Warrior (Japan) shows..
and make fun of all the contestants.

#30. I wanted to be an astronomer..
but I wasn't good enough for it.


Wait for the next 20 random facts about me. :)

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Feeding this troll

Blogged by: Kitty on Tuesday, October 18, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Anonymous Michelle, Anonymous chazz,
Facebook comments: comments

I'm currently busying myself with job hunts, writing up job application letters and drafting my curriculum vitae. This, of course, is not without countless delays (anyone smells a whiff of procrastination here?) and I seriously can't finish writing my CV in one sitting.

Anyway I've cleaned up the link exchanges section. I deleted all the links there and replaced them with others. If you want to exchange links with me, at least make the effort to come by my site and talk to me.


On a different note, I find it extremely amusing to learn that one blog author simply resorted to disperse the blame on other people instead of providing a counter argument. Awww, coming from someone who has every internal links on her blog to open up on a new tab and centering everything in the content box, this is not surprising. :D Oh, did I mention the same blogger puts a space in between a word and a punctuation mark (or between punctuation marks) LIKE . THIS ?

Also, I can't believe someone would encourage others to dump one service over another simply because the said person can't be bothered to type in the blog's URL in the input box multiple times. I mean, how LAZY can you get? The same person doesn't even give a reason why this one particular service is better than the other apart from saying it's "best".

But the funniest bit has to be the one where the blogger offers a tutorial on how to click a checkbox. LOLOL! Apparently clicking on a checkbox is a complex procedure that you actually need to be taught on how to do it. And to prove how pointless this tutorial is, unlike the other tutorials on the same website, no one actually left a comment on this page. Okay, enough said. *facepalms and laments*

Yes I'm a bitch for doing nothing but trolling on other people's website. :)

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Books and cameras

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 15, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators:
Facebook comments: comments

This morning I went to Icklebooks for the very first time. I've heard about the shop so many times and to be honest, I was itching to give the shop a visit. Oh in case you don't know, Icklebooks is a store that sells children's specialty books and educational toys and it's the first one of its kind in Brunei. It's a neat little shop and I enjoyed looking at the items there. But what really interested me the most were the computer-related book and the camera sections. There weren't a lot of choices but I picked up a book that I think would come in handy when it comes to web design.

Web Design in Simple Steps

Web Design in Simple Steps by James A. Brannan



And as I said, there's also the camera section where they sell lomography cameras! I've set my eyes on the Diana F+ and the Diana Mini for a long time now so I was so thrilled to see they actually sell them in the shop!

Diana F+ Lomography Camera

Diana F+ Lomography Camera


And the petite version of Diana F+:
Diana Mini Lomography Camera

Diana Mini Lomography Camera


You can check out more lomography cameras at Lomography or Lomography Asia.


Thanks to Crystal of Teahouse MB for this cute little link buttons.

Codeislove Codeislove

I'm too lazy to create link buttons for Codeislove myself so I'd very much welcome anyone who's willing to make some for me. :)

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Tutorial: How to code Classic Blogger layout - Part 3

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 12, 2011   |  Leave a comment Facebook comments: comments

I apologise for the delay in posting this tutorial. I actually meant to post it right after the Part 2 but somehow I never got around to do it.

In this Part 3, I will be showing you how to add 'pages' to Classic Blogger layout using the overlay div technique. This technique is basically having multiple divs layered on top of
one another and setting them to remain hidden until a function is triggered.


Step 1
Let's say we want to create two more div layers to make About and Visitor pages. So below the <div id="content"> </div> (you could also put them before the </body> tag), we add these lines:

<div id="about">
CONTENT FOR ABOUT ME
</div>

<div id="visitor">
CONTENT FOR VISITORS
</div>


You can add more layers if you want, but for the sake of this tutorial we just create two layers here.


Step 2
We now have two divs for the About and Visitors pages but if we simply leave them like that, they will be visible to the visitors so we need to hide them until they're needed.

Go to the CSS section and add these:

#about, #visitor {display:none;}

Display: none will keep those layers hidden by default. And again, if you have more layers, remember to include them here as well.


Step 3
In the Part 2 of this series, we looked at how to add in the navigation links. So now we are going to modify those links a little bit.

This is what we have in Part 2

<ul id="navigation">
<li><a href="link1.html">Link 1</a></li>
<li><a href="link2.html">Link 2</a></li>
<li><a href="link3.html">Link 3</a></li>
</ul>


Now, in order for the links to work with the div layers we just created, we need to change the modify the codes above to:

<ul id="navigation">
<li><span onClick="changeNavigation('name of div here')">Link 1</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('about')">About</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('visitor')">Visitor</span></li>
<li><span onclick="changeNavigation('link3')">Link 3</span></li>
</ul>


We cannot use the href attribute because that doesn't work with div layers so that's why we need to use the onclick function instead. Remember that the "name of div" here be changed to the name of the corresponding div layers that you want the link to open when you click on them.


Step 4
Next, in order for the onclick function to work, we need to add Javascript to the template. This piece of script should be placed within the <head></head> section, preferably just before the closing </head> tag.

<script type="text/javascript">
function changeNavigation(id)
{document.getElementById('div of main content here').innerHTML=document.getElementById(id).innerHTML}
</script>


Look at the script above and see the text in bold. The text in bold must be changed to the name of the div that you want to be displayed the moment the website is opened. In this example, that would be the #content div layer (refer to Part 1 of this series). So we replace the text in bold with content.


Save your file and it's done.

So this is the end of the How to code Classic Blogger template series. I hope you enjoyed following the tutorials as much as I enjoyed writing them. If you have any questions, feel free to post them below.


// Please leave a link back to Codeislove if you have followed this tutorial so that I can see what you have achieved from this tutorial. Thank you. //


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Quick update 2

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 12, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Anonymous Michelle,
Facebook comments: comments

I'm glad that people the website review section @ Amalina.org has received positive response from people. So far two people have applied to have their websites reviewed. I'm hoping to get more applications in soon. :D

I'd be doing a freebie as well as a new tutorial soon so watch out for them. :)

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Web page review

Blogged by: Kitty on Wednesday, October 05, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz,
Facebook comments: comments

After a debate with myself, I've somewhat decided to open up a website review (or more commonly referred to as web page review (WPR)) section. I know I mentioned about how I feel that I'm not up to doing reviews but in the end, one's gotta start somewhere. I'm pretty confident with my web design abilities (otherwise I won't be opening up a shop!) and I feel this should be a good way to sharpen my own skills. But anyway, I won't be opening it on this site, since I've already loaded it with articles and tutorials so the reviews would be done on Amalina.org, since the website is practically empty apart from the occasional blog posts on back-end updates.

So if you want to get your website reviewed, head over to Amalina.org now.

And oh, I've written a new article (which I chose to post on Nekonette.com instead) on the tips to building better websites.

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Article: Website reviews

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 01, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz,
Facebook comments: comments

I've seen a lot of personal website owners offering services such as website reviews. Personally I feel this is a good approach by website owners to help other website owners to improve their web design skills. However, most of these website review sites only focus on general things like design, graphics/ layouts and content and tend to neglect other aspects.

Here is a general breakdown of what I think a website review site should include in their reviews:

  • First impressions
  • Navigation
  • Coding and validation
  • Content
  • Design
  • Browser compatibility
  • Errors
  • Overall opinion

Of course different people will have different ideas on how the reviews should be done and I'm positive not everyone will agree with what I have mentioned above. But just be reminded that a website review is not merely about reviewing what you can see from your browser, but also what's behind the layout and all the tangible things that come with it as well. And a reviewer must be professional and impartial enough. The reviewers should actually point out the errors or discrepancies in the website and not simply sugar-coating their words by saying things like, "Oh I love your layout" or "Your blends look great!" or "Your CSS is really unique". (Especially the last one, WTF is that supposed to mean?)

Previously I've been asked if I would do reviews on websites and I've politely declined on the basis of I didn't see myself as a qualified person to review other people's websites. And to this day I still feel that way. Back in 2009 I've posted a short blog on website reviews and the comments I received actually conveyed my points even more clearly than I did. I especially like the comments by Kersheys and Amber. Both of them mentioned that a reviewer should at least have sufficient knowledge in the subject before going into reviewing.

Of course, I don't mean to hold you back from doing reviews because if you've got what it takes to write good and constructive reviews, by all means do go ahead. :) And before you decide to bash me for saying all this, take a moment and ponder the words.


But if you still want me to review your website, by all means leave a message/email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I will try my best to give you a professional review.

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Keyword searches

Blogged by: Kitty on Saturday, October 01, 2011   |  Leave a comment
Commentators: Blogger Chazzie Fairuz, Anonymous Jake Bacon,
Facebook comments: comments

I've graduated!! Yes, I can finally say goodbye to my undergraduate days. For more (and detailed) report on the graduation ceremony itself, head over to my main website at Nekonette instead. :D

Ok, below are the most common search keywords that bring people to Codeislove.net:

embedding youtube in website tutorial (3 searches)
one the html is converted to php whats the next step to (3 searches)
convert layout into wordpress layout (2 searches)
converting html to php (2 searches)
how to delete the fame and shadow from a picture in the sidebar in blogger (2 searches)
html to wordpress tutorial (2 searches)
transparent white background without photoshop (2 searches)
youtube+player+for+my+site+2011 (2 searches)
"web design" "powered by blogger"-blogspot.com "post a comment" (1 searches)
+convert html layout to blogger (1 searches)

I think the most relevant searches here are the "convert layout into wordpress layout", "html to wordpress tutorial", "embedding youtube in website tutorial" and "youtube+player+for+my+site+2011".

If you're looking for the tutorial on how to use PHP includes on your website, visit my other blog instead: http://nekonette.com/writings/using-php-includes/

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Hire me to design your blog!

I offer designing and re-designing of Classic Blogger templates. Examples of my design can be found on my portfolio website.

The basic rate for a design starts from $25 USD. The rate is based on the complexity of the design. The more elaborate the design is, the higher the price is.

How to place your order

Send me an email via the contact form and state clearly how you want your design to be. This includes colour scheme, layout (with or without sidebar, number of columns, etc), any extra features, etc.

Your email should be in this format:
Name:
Design: Please give detailed explanation on how you want your template to look like
Preferred payment method: Paypal/Moneybookers/Payza/Bank transfer to Baiduri bank

I shall respond to your email within 3 (three) days. Your order will be placed into a Waiting Queue as orders are processed on a first come, first serve basis.

Payment methods

Payment has to be made to either by PayPal, or Moneybookers.

However, if you choose to pay via (international) bank transfer, be aware that you may be charged for the transfer service.

Other important information

Throughout the designing process, I may need to refer back to you for questions/opinions so do check your email frequently. This is to ensure the design can be done as soon as possible.

Depending on the design, your template make take up to over 1 (one) week to finish. You will be informed once the template is done.

I will send you an email requesting for the payment after the template is done. Once the payment is received, I will email you the complete template along with the necessary files.

All of my designs/templates will come with a credit section. This section must be left intact and you may not remove nor alter them. Resources that come with the designs/templates may not be redistributed or reproduced.

The designer

Kitty

Kitty. 27. Blogger, web design hobbyist, compulsive shopper and bibliophile based in Brunei. Enjoys creating and designing websites, dabbling with HTML, CSS and PHP.

Among the interwebs community, I am generally known as Kitty. I hold a bachelor degree in Social Science Education, majoring in History and currently I am pursuing a Masters degree in South East Asian Studies. I enjoy talking to my online friends. You could say I have more friends in the cyberworld than in real life. Because it is easier for me to talk to people without looking at them in the face; I'm a shy person and I'm very self-conscious on how I look. I don't know what people think about me so I'd leave that to you to figure out yourself.

I've been blogging since 2005 (or earlier) though my experience with the internet started back in 2000. My main interest is in web design and development. Other times you can see me wrapped around a book or glued to Astronomy and web design magazines.

The website

This website was created in January 2011 and the domain was purchased by me in late December 2010. Initially the website was intended to house tutorials for Classic Blogger/Blogspot only however over the time it has developed into what you see today.

Several of the tutorials and articles can also be found on Nekonette.com, which is the my main website where I mostly blog about my personal life. Also some of the tutorials here have been moved to that website.

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Also, if you think that you have a good advertisement offer to discuss with me, do contact me and let's discuss about it.

Get reviewed

You can have your website/blog reviewed here on Codeislove. Alternatively, you can also apply to get your website/blog reviewed on my other website, Amalina.org. You can request your review to be public or private. If you choose to have it public, it will be posted here on Codeislove. Similarly, if you want it to be private, I will send the review to you via email.

Please send an email to me in this format and I will get back to you as soon as I can:

Name:
Email:
Website/blog:
Do you want the review to be public/private?

Websites/blogs currently being reviewed:
Aroha - Ashleenah
Twinkle Toes - Eryn - completed
Gadis bermata cokelat - Nurul Nabila - completed

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