How to Show any Widget Only on Homepage in webpage

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
To show Widget only on homepage, add a conditional tag for with the widget you have used . Go to Template >> Edit HTML >> Search for the widget and add red coloured conditional tag below.
Normally, you can find the widget in "Mainblog/ Mainwrapper" if you put the Widget over blog post. I suggest you use a widget title and search the title in HTML editor. Thus you can easily find the widget. Now add the red coloured tag as shown in the code.

Example :
<b:widget id='HTML5' locked='false' title='Testing Widget' type='HTML'>
<b:includable id='main'>
<b:if cond='data:blog.url == data:blog.homepageUrl'>
<!-- only display title if it's non-empty -->
<b:if cond='data:title != &quot;&quot;'>
<h2 class='title'><data:title/></h2>
<div class='widget-content'>
<b:include name='quickedit'/>

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Latest Updates Widget for Blogger

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
 It is one of the most attractive widget for blogger , is provide a quick navigation system for your visitors . it look like as :

1.      Go to Template > Edit HTML

2.  Now past the billow code in CSS
       Search  “  ]]></b:skin>  “ and past the billow code just above it
.samazhlo {
background: #4371CF;
float: left;
padding: 0 10px;
height: 32px;
line-height: 30px;
color: #FFF;
font-family: Oswald,arial,Georgia,serif;
text-transform: uppercase;
font-size: 10pt;
margin-right: 10px;}

height:30px;background:#fff;width:100%;max-width:1250px;margin:0 ;border-style: solid ;
border-width: 1px;border-color: #cccccc;overflow: hidden;width: auto;margin-top:10px;}
.breaking-news h4{
background: #9EC22D;
padding:0 10px;
font-family: Oswald,arial,Georgia,serif;
.breaking-news ul{
.breaking-news a:hover{
.breaking-news ul li{
.breaking-news ul a{
font-family: 'Droid Serif', serif;
.breaking-news span{
padding:1px 10px;
3.    Now  past the billow code any where Between  <head>  &  </head>   where u want the widget to be display
       for example past it after the navigation bar code  </div>
<div class='head_brnews'>
<div class='breaking-news'><div class='samazhlo'>Latest Updates</div> 
<script src='' type='text/javascript'/>

  <script type='text/javascript'>
       var nMaxPosts =6;
        var nWidth = 100;
        var nScrollDelay = 70;
        var sDirection = &quot;left&quot;;
        var sOpenLinkLocation = &quot;N&quot;;
        var sBulletChar = &quot;&gt;&gt;&quot;;
<script src='/feeds/posts/default?alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=RecentPostsScrollerv2&amp;max-results=6' type='text/javascript'/>
4.   Now save the template
That’s it……………….
Happy Blogging!

   By- TYD group
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Frequently Asked Questions In C

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
Q1. Write a simple program to find the size of different basic data types in c?

Q.2 Write a program in c for showing working of different logical operator in C.
Your program should guide user with proper message/menu on the console.

Q.3 Write a function to find the area of a triangle whose length of three sides is given.

Q.4 Write a C program to read the internal test marks of 25 students in a class and show the number of students who have scored more than 50% in the test.

Q.5 Write a C function to swap two given numbers using call by reference mechanism?

Q.6 Write a C program for finding GCD of two given numbers.

Q.7 Write a C program for addition of two 3x3 matrix.

Q.8 Write a C programme for counting the number of words in a given string?

Q.9 Write a C programme for concatenating two given strings?

Q.10 Write a C program using structure to find students grades in a class?

Q.11 Write a program to insert any 10 numbers and calculate its EVEN SUM,ODD SUM and EVEN AVERAGE,ODD AVERAGE.

Q.12 Write a program to insert any ten numbers and find minimum and maximum numbers.

Q.13 Write a program to calculate a given number is a prime number or not.

Q.14 Write a program to swapping two values using pointer and malloc function.

Q.15 C program for malloc function with example.

 For More Questions Please visit the link Given Below


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Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
Knowing at least some of the Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts helps make your Windows 8 experience much more enjoyable. Try to memorize these top Windows 8 shortcut keys.
         In these key combinations, hold down the Windows key (normally located       between Alt and Ctrl) and another key, as described on this list.
         Press the Windows key to enter the tiled Start screen.
  1. The Windows key + M minimizes everything that's showing on the desktop.
  2. The Windows key + E opens Explorer for quick access to folders.
  3. On the Start screen, press the Windows key + D to instantly get to the desktop.
  4. The Windows key + Tab opens a list of currently running programs.
  5. The Windows key + Print Screen takes a screenshot and saves it in a Screenshots folder nested in your Pictures folder. 
  6. To take a screenshot on a Windows 8 tablet, simultaneously press the Windows button and the volume-down button on the tablet chassis.
  7. The Windows key + Q opens a global search menu. Type what you're looking for and where you would like to look.
  8. The Windows key + W opens a search in your system settings to quickly locate and change system properties.
  9. The Windows key + F opens a file and folder search.                                                                               
  10. The Windows key + Pause opens the system properties page to show you a quick rundown of your specs.
  11. The Windows key + "," (that's the comma sign!) makes all current windows transparent, giving you a peek at the desktop as long as you hold down the Windows key.
  12. The Windows key + "." (the period) snaps a window to the right or left side (toggling each time you press ".").
  13. The Windows key + R prompts the Run command—useful for quickly launching apps and other routines with a command prompt.
  14. The Windows key + X opens the Quick Access Menu, exposing system functionality such as the Command Prompt, Disk Management, File Explorer, Run, and more. Alternatively, you can right-click on the bottom right corner of the screen to spawn the Quick Access Menu.
  15. The Windows key + I opens the settings menu, giving you quick access to the Control Panel, Personalization, and your Power button, among other features.
  16. The Windows key + O locks orientation on devices with an accelerometer.


  • We are not responsible for any damages that may happened by using this Techniques. 
  • Use this guide at your own risk. We shall not have any liability or responsibility for whatever happens to you and your device by using the instructions in this guide.
  • The instructions provided in this tutorial for educational purpose only. There is no guarantee that these steps will work for your device.
  •  Applying this guide to any other device or any other model may produce many problems.
  • Read and Understand the whole tutorial first, before going to perform the steps.
  • At the same time this content is not to harm any one but it is only for educational purpose.
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Cross Bar Resistive RAM

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
santa Clara-based startup Crossbar has just announced a potentially game-changing new memory chip that itclaims has the potential to replace standard flash memory in a number of applications.

Santa Clara-based startup Crossbar has just announced a potentially game-changing new memory chip that itclaims has the potential to replace standard flash memory in a number of applications.

Crossbar calls its new technology Resistive RAM, and says that it has the ability to store up to a terabyte of data onto a single chip that comes smaller than the size of a postage stamp. Not only this, but it can access that data twenty times faster than the current best of breed flash memory available, a feature that could easily disrupt a market said to be worth some $60 billion a year.

With flash memory being used in just about every ‘smart’ device these days – from iPhones to cameras to tablets – Crossbar believes that its Resistive RAM tech can lead to a fresh wave of innocation in consumer, mobile, enterprise and industrial devices. Importantly, the company isn’t the only one to share that belief – it’s also secured backing to the tune of $25 million from investors including Artiman Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Northern Light Venture Capital.

These are bold claims, but how can it be possible? Crossbar says that the key to Resistive RAM is its simple electrical structure, which consists of just three-layers of silicon-based material, including top and bottom electrodes, and a switching medium. The idea is that the voltage flowing across the electrodes creates a filament where the data can be stored. This filament is tiny – just 10nm – and can adjust to shrinking feature sizes. The company claims that its technology will provide ten years of retention and a lifetime of around 10,000 write cycles per cell.

You might be thinking that 10,000 write cycles is nothing special, but this is around ten times better thancurrent flash memory. Moreover, Crossbar’s chips use twenty times less power than regular flash when performing storage functions, which means that the battery life of devices could potentially be extended to weeks or even months. But by far and away the biggest advantage of Resistive RAM is its write speed – at twenty times faster than regular flash, dozens of issues that cause headaches for flash controllers would be eliminated.

Of course, Crossbar’s chips aren’t the only Resistive RAM technology hoping to disrupt the market. Various other concepts exist that promise faster write speeds and greater endurance, however these are not easy to manufacture. But this is precisely why Crossbar’s technology has such great potential – it can be manufactured simply with existing technologies and materials, something that bodes well for its ability to come to the market at a competitive price.

It’ll be a while for Resistive RAM to get off the ground – Crossbar says that consumer products using ReRAM probably won’t appear until 2016 at the earliest, but when they do the dream of carrying around a 1TB mobilephone in your pocket could soon become a reality.
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