Saturday, June 11, 2011
15 Moves to Lose Belly Fat 1. Trim Your Tummy With This Easy Ab WorkoutSlimming down your middle isn’t just about looking good in a swimsuit (though it’s a nice perk!). Maintaining a trim tummy is key to good health. Belly fat, also called visceral fat, which is different than the pinch-able subcutaneous fat found on the hips, legs and arms, is linked to diabetes, high blood pressure, high
Taming Your Long Hair into Beautiful Locks: Styles, Cuts, Washing Care, Salon Products & more…Long hair can be sexy and fashionable when taken care of.However, keeping long hair styles healthy takes more than routine shampoo and conditioner applications. While long hair care doesn't need to take loads of time, it's important for your overall hair health. Most people understand proper nutrition
Acne Home RemediesThere are many acne home remedies to help you get rid of acne. Some are really effective, some are not… some are dietary supplements and some are just recommending the newest and “greatest” face lotion or cream. I have spent several years learning about skin, acne and health in relation to skin. I had acne on and off for a 5 year period and it was something I struggled with all
Beautiful 21 messagesONE. Give people more than they expect and do it cheerfully.TWO. Marry a man/woman you love to talk to. As you get older, their conversational skills will be as important as any other.THREE. Don’t believe all you hear, spend all you have or sleep all you want.FOUR. When you say, ‘I love you,’ mean it.FIVE. When you say, ‘I’m sorry,’ look the person in the eye.SIX. Be engaged
The Set Point Theory On Weight LossDieters are faced with the recurring trouble of putting too much sweat into weight loss only to regain weight so quick. Those who have taken diet to the extreme even go on a vicious cycle of starving then overeating, only to find out that their weight had even replicated than the first time they started dieting. This leads to a feeling of helplessness and misery
Health Tips 1. For tooth ache, keep a clove on the affected area. 2.Have a mixture of gingelly oil and egg, for 3 days, for menstrual disorders. 3.You will get a great relief from menstrual pain , if you have a gooseberry daily. 4. Boil the leaf of Malabar nut, squeeze its juice and add egg white. It subsides cough. 5.Eat the powder of dried ginger and cumin with sugar for relief
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
For many bloggers, having a custom favicon (the tiny image displayed in your browser’s window or tab) is the finishing touch that ties together the design and identity of a great looking blog. Today, we're pleased to announce that Blogger in Draft users can now add a customized favicon to their blog.
You can add a custom favicon from the Design | Page Elements tab (or, from the Layout tab if you're using the new user interface), by clicking Edit on the new “Favicon” setting above the navbar element:
A new window will then open where you can select an image from your hard drive to replace the default favicon image. This initial launch only supports .ico files, but you can easily convert your JPEG, PNG, or other non-ico image file using your own image software. There are also many conversion tools online, and a quick Google Search brings up a handful of options such as http://www.icoconverter.com/.
Once you’ve selected the .ico file for your favicon, click Save. We'll automatically resize the image to the correct dimensions, and you’ll then see the Page Elements updated with your selected favicon image:
When you save your template changes, you’ll see your newly-added favicon image displayed in your browser window or tab. That’s it!
In the future, we’ll add support for more non-ico image formats, so stay tuned. In the meantime, please leave us a comment below and let us know what you think.