conversion of px to em, % and pt


This simple formula will help you to convert a px value in CSS to corresponding em, % and pt.

consider we have a pixel value of 8. Based on the above formula,

pt = (8 * 3) / 4 = 6pt

em = 8 / 12 = 0.5em

% = 0.5 * 100 = 50%

Dos and Don’ts for Blood Donation

You can donate blood if

  • you are between age group of 18-60 years
  • your weight is 45 kgs or more
  • your hemoglobin is 12.5 gm% minimum
  • Your last blood donation was 3 months earlier
  • you are healthy and have not suffered from malaria, typhoid or other transmissible disease in the recent past
  • you have eaten a low fat healthy diet few hours before donating blood

Do not donate blood if you have any of the following conditions: Continue reading “Dos and Don’ts for Blood Donation”

how to remove the blue highlighting from select element in internet explorer

In Interner Explorer, When we bring the focus to a select element, the element gets highlighted with a blue background, like in this given image. This is the default bahavior of Internet Explorer browser to indicate that, the focus is on select element.


How can we remove this highlighting?

Pure CSS method

 jQuery method


Two reasons why I uninstalled facebook application and Facebook messenger from my mobile

Reason 1

Facebook recently pushed an update of their application, which requires a lot of additional permissions.

I tried to upgrade facebook application on my mobile, and got worried to see the permissions they are asking to run this application.

Take a look at this picture. I took 4 screenshots and combined together to get a single image.

Have a closer look at the permissions which is marked in red. Continue reading “Two reasons why I uninstalled facebook application and Facebook messenger from my mobile”

Set multiple css style properties in Javascript

In three different methods you can set multiple style properties to an element using javascript.

for example, consider, you want to apply colour, border colour and visiblity to an element with id myElement

Method 1

Method 2

Now, the above step is going to replace the existing inline style. If you want to keep existing inline style and add these styles additionally, here is the trick

Method 3

How to check if a javascript function exists or is defined?

To check if a Javascript function exists before calling it, try this:

If you want to reduce the number of strings hanging around in your code, try this instead