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Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics From Yakkai

Movie : Yakkai
Song : Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singer : Dhanush
Lyrics : Vignesh Sivv

Kaana Poona Kadhala
Naana Kenji Kekkuren
Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma
Veena Neram Poguthu
En Maanam Kappal Erudhu
Thaana Vandhu Kaadhala
Solli Tholaiyen Ma

Nee Ok Solli Tholanja
Thara Kuthu Poduven
Illa Venam Solla Thuninja
Solo Song ah Paduven

Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

Vaaram Onnula
Kanavula Vandha
Vaaram Rendula
Manasulla Vandha
Moonam Varame
Rathathilayum Neethan
Ada En Maa En Maa

Nalla Pakkura
Koocha Padamanee
Nalla Illikira
Loveh Solla Mattum
Yenma Moraikkura
Sariye Illamaa
Ada Poo Ma Poo Maa

No No Summa Sonnenamma
Unakkaga Poranthavan
Nan Mattum Thanma
Un Kooda Vazhave
Thinam Thorum Saguren
Kaapathu Kadhala
Solli Tholaiyenma

Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma

Unakku Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

 

Google Introduces Search Engine Apps : Springboard

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Springboard is designed and marketed towards business and enterprise users of Google’s productivity apps — particularly those that have to regularly sort and search through large numbers of documents and files.

Within the same announcement Google also announce a significant upgrade to Google Sites, which is a tool designed by the company for creating web pages. The update will allow users to easily pull in information from other Google apps, and features all fully responsive designs for all of its layouts.

Both Springboard and the upgrade to Sites are currently being tested amongst a select group of users in Google’s early adopter program. If you’re interested in getting an early look at Springboard you can sign up here. An official public release date was not mentioned in the announcement.

2014 – FIRST PLUGIN ” WP Property Sale/Rent “

January 4, 2014 3 comments

WP Property Sale/Rent for creating and managing real estate agents and people who are willing to list their property. https://selvabalaji.wordpress.com

Great options to list properties on your own WordPress website. WP Property Sale/Rent for creating and managing highly real estate agents and people who are willing to list their property listing on their own WordPress site.

http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-sale-property/

WP Property Sale/Rent is the WordPress plugin for creating and managing highly customization real estate, property management, and completely custom listings showcase websites. Turn your WordPress powered site into a real estate site. Create listings, upload images, display a dynamic map, slideshow, agent information,Google Maps, Send A Inquiry to agents Directly, Image slide show, and much more.

As always, integration is seamless, the system is expandable and customization, functionality is rich, and we are here to support it.

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If you are looking to build a site where you can list property for sale or rent, this is the plugin you need.

Features

  1. Add Property
  2. Add multiple property photos
  3. Advanced property search
  4. jQuery slider in property detailed view
  5. property options so you can add any type of property listing
  6. multiple categories
  7. Property search widget.
  8. Advanced search widget and custom page.
  9. Custom property listing page
  10. Custom manage-able property types
  11. Manage the number of property listing per page

Advanced property search page

  1. Create a normal page in your wordpress website
  2. Editor of the page, add this short code [PROPERTY_ADVANCED_SEARCH]

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Welcome New Year 2014

December 31, 2013 Leave a comment

Hello Guys,
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Wishes to everyone who online on this post.
Wish you all the best to you and your family for your bright future.
This year may come the biggest joy and joy so that you can’t explain that.
You all are invited here to wish Happy New Year 2014 each other.
You can easily wish each other just commenting below.

You have a big opportunity to start the new work today, you can enjoy yourself and motivate yourself by opting the following positive lines: –
Say to yourself every morning:
-Today is going to be a great day!
-I can handle more than I think I can!
-Things don’t get better by worrying about them!
-I can be satisfied if I try to do my best!
-There is always something to be happy about!
-I’m going to make someone happy today!
-It’s not good to be down!
-We always have an option!
-Life is great, make the most of it!

BE AN Optimist!

Best Wishes to all
Balt (selvabalaji)

My Team Plugin for WordPress

December 19, 2013 1 comment

We are  happy to release “My Team” a new WordPress to display team/staff members. You can also display a set of pictures and information in different layouts.

Nowadays, WordPress is more than just a blog. And behind such website is a team. The plugin acknowledges those guys, by creating a template which anyone can copy in his theme directory and have a page ready for the people behind it. The plugin provides the administrator with a nice interface to add/edit/delete the team members. The plugin is under active development so keep checking the page. The plugin uses the short-code given at

http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-my-team/

Features:

You can display the entries in 4 different main ways

  1. Grid view.
  2. Grid view with Information on hover.
  3. Table list view.
  4. Number of Columns.
  5. Image Shapes and effects.
  6. Text Align.
  7. Special Settings.
  8. Image Sizes.
  9. Email Settings.
  10. Single Page Settings.
  11. Auto Generation Shortcode & PHP Function.

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Gmail takes image loading out of users’ hands – here’s how to take it back

December 17, 2013 Leave a comment

Do your shoulders feel lighter?

They should if you’re a Gmail user, since Google just lifted from users what one assumes must have been the heavy burden of having to choose whether to display images in email.

You were relieved of this choice as of Friday, when Google announced that Gmail users will now see images automatically.

Automatic image viewing for desktops was enabled on Friday, and we’ll see it on Android and iOS apps in early 2014.

Up until now, we’ve had to mull whether or not we want to view images because all sorts of security sliminess and privacy pitfalls can lurk behind them.

Clicking on images is like leaving whatever fortress you’re holed up in and venturing out into the wide, open, scary world of somebody else’s HTTP territory.

That’s because emailed images, though they might look like they’re part of the email, are normally hosted on a web server controlled by the email sender.

As far as privacy issues go, when you load the images, you not only get to see whatever pretty picture the sender wishes to bestow upon your eyeballs; you’re also sending a message about yourself (an HTTP request) to the email sender.

First off, by clicking on an image, you’re giving the sender any cookies you might have previously received from their website. You’re also giving them your IP address, which can provide a rough idea of your location, and your user-agent string which is a brief description of the browser and operating system you’re using.

Also, unless you’re using a browser or a browser add-on that blocks the action, the sender will also get an HTTP referrer: an HTTP header field that shows the URL of the page that you are on.

Perhaps more useful than all of those though, you’re giving email marketers and spammers confirmation that their email has been read and that your email address is ‘live’.

As Ars Technica’s Ron Amadeo points out:

It's even possible to uniquely identify each e-mail, so marketers can tell which e-mail address requested the images—they know that you've read the e-mail. And if it was spam, this will often earn you more spam since the spammers can tell you've read their last e-mail.

So if images are on by default then by the time you’ve looked at an email, determined it’s spam and hit the ‘junk’ button you’ve already told the spammers that you’ve opened the  email.

But wait, there’s more: given that the images are hosted on remote, third-party servers, there’s even the possibility that images themselves can be rigged to exploit security vulnerabilities and inflict malware on the computer systems of those who click.

Google aims to curtail the risks of clicking on remotely hosted images by henceforth serving all images from its own, secure proxy servers.

It will be great – just great! says Google:

Your messages are more safe and secure, your images are checked for known viruses or malware, and you’ll never have to press that pesky “display images below” link again. With this new change, your email will now be safer, faster and more beautiful than ever.

With Google serving as the image middleman marketers, spammers and phishers should be starved of all that leaky HTTP stuff but will they still know who’s opened their emails?

Up until now marketers have been able to look at how many times their images have been loaded and use it to work out, at least roughly, how many times their emails actually got opened.

Now that Google’s putting itself between you and the marketers’ servers they will presumably be requesting each image just once from the original server and then caching it for the benefit of all Gmail users.

That ought to mess up marketers’ “open rates” and prevent confirmation that your email address is active, right? Nope, it won’t help matters at all.

As a Google spokesperson acknowledged when CNET asked, senders can simply use a unique image URL per recipient.

Instead of requesting one image from the sender and caching it, Google would have to ask for each unique URL. This ought to make email open-rate tracking even more accurate than it is now because, thanks to this update, every email that’s opened will automatically download images.

This is, in fact, the conclusion reached by security researchers including H.D. Moore and Robert Hansen.

Moore told CNET that the proxy servers will turn on default “read tracking” for all Gmail users, which bestows power on people we don’t necessarily want to empower:

This would allow a stalker or other malicious entity to determine whether the e-mail they sent to a target is being read.

The Google spokesperson pointed out that the proxy server helps protect the recipient’s IP address, geographic location, browser user agent, and “other identifying information.”

OK. But Google could have given their users all that good stuff without taking away their ability to choose whether they want to see images or not.

Luckily, Gmail users can disable automatic image viewing – here’s how:

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. Click the gear icon in the top right.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Stay in the General tab.
  5. Scroll down to the Images section.
  6. Choose “Ask before displaying external images”.
  7. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

Google Web Designer

October 1, 2013 1 comment

What is Google Web Designer?

Google Web Designer is an advanced web application that’s built with HTML5 which lets you design and build HTML5 advertisements and other web content using an integrated visual and code interface. Using Google Web Designer’s design view you can create content using drawing tools, text, and 3D objects, and you can animate objects on a timeline. Once you’re done creating your content, Google Web Designer outputs clean human-readable HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript.

When you create advertising creatives with Google Web Designer, you can use a library of components that lets you add image galleries, videos, ad network tools, and more.

Google Web Designer’s Code view lets you create CSS, JavaScript, and XML files, using syntax highlighting and code autocompletion to make your code easier to write, with fewer errors.

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System requirements

Minimum Recommended
Operating system Windows® 7/ Windows 8
Mac® OS X 10.7.x or later
Windows® 7/ Windows 8
Mac® OS X 10.7.x or later
Processor Intel Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon 64 processor Intel Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon 64 processor
Memory 2 GB RAM 4 GB RAM
Screen resolution 1280×1024 1920×1080
Application window size 1024×768 minimum 1024×768 or larger
Internet connection Required for initial use after download, for updates, and for help access. Required for initial use after download, for updates, and for help access.

The Web Designer interface

Google Web Designer has a large central area for building your projects and editing code. The central area is surrounded by a tool bar, a tool options bar, a timeline, and a set of panels that let you do several things, including modify elements, add components, and add events.2

1. Tool panel  2. Tool options panel  3. Timeline  4. Color, Properties, Components, Events and CSS panels

The workspace

In the center of the Google Web Designer interface is the workspace. In Design mode, the workspace shows your images, text, and other elements visually, just as they will be displayed as they will appear in a browser. In Code view the workspace shows your code with appropriate color coding and formatting.

View bar

The view bar lets you choose between Design and Code mode, lets you preview your HTML and publish your ad, and lets you change the zoom level and which page you’re working on.3

Tools

The tool bar contains tools for creating and manipulating elements on the stage and in the workspace. This includes tools for creating text and simple page elements, color selection tools, and 3D tools.

Tool Description

Selection tool
Select and move objects in the workspace

3D object rotate tool
Rotate objects in three dimensions

3D object translate tool
Move objects in three space

Tag tool
Create HTML tags of any type by clicking and dragging on the stage

Text tool
Add text

Shape tool
Create elementary shapes

Paint bucket tool
Modify the color of elements in your project

Ink bottle tool
Modify the line color and stroke of elements in your project

3D stage rotate tool
Change your 3D view of the project

Hand tool
Change your view of the workarea

Zoom tool
Zoom in and out on your creative

Tool options

The tool options bar shows options for the currently selected tool. For example, when the text tool is selected, the tool options bar shows font and text layout options.

Timeline

Quick mode
Advanced mode

The timeline lets you create animations using keyframes. In Quick mode, the animation is created scene by scene; in Advanced mode you can animate each element separately.

Panels

The panels section of the interface contains the Color, Properties, Components, Events and CSS panels. Panels can be minimized or dragged to a different position in the panels section.

Open source components and licenses

Included Software and Licenses

The following open source software is distributed and is provided under other licenses and/or has source available from other locations.

Package name License
Webfont Apache license 2.0
LESS – Leaner CSS v1.3.3 Apache license 2.0
GL-Matrix The zlib/libpng license
jsbeautify MIT license
uglifyjs BSD license
Codemirror 2 MIT license
Chromium Embedded Framework BSD Simplified license
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) zlib/libpng license, bzip2 license, and Common Public License version 1.0
Zip Utils info-ZIP license, zlib license
JSON CPP MIT license
Google Fonts Open source font licensing
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