Posts Tagged ‘Keep’

Corona SDK: Build a Soccer Keep Ups Game

October 9, 2013  |  iPhone  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

In this tutorial series, I’ll be showing you how to create a physics based Soccer Keep Ups game with the Corona SDK. You’ll learn about physics manipulation, touch controls, and collision detection. The objective of the game is to keep the ball in the air for as long as possible. Read on!1. Application Overview Using pre-made graphics we will code an entertaining game with Lua and the Corona SDK.The player will be able to use the touch screen on the device to lift the ball across the stage. You can modify the parameters in the code to...

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3 Ways to Kill Your Online Credibility, and 3 Ways to Keep It

August 1, 2012  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

It’s easy to publish a blog post, a tweet or a status update. Sometimes too easy. As a business owner (and bloggers are business owners, too) you have a responsibility to publish facts. Readers don’t come for fiction, or to be taken on a breezy diversion of gossip and rumors. They come to your blog and follow your social media profiles to learn something from you. You can seriously damage your brand by doling out misinformation as if it’s accurate, so take your time to get it right. Be certain you’re publishing facts. To Kill Your Credibility Fast: 1. Jump on a Non-Scoop...

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3 Essential Tips to Keep Your SEO Under Control

December 11, 2011  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

When you actually sit down and map it all out, optimizing a website (even a small one) takes a lot of work! Once you’re done with the actual on-site SEO, there is still link building to contend with, and I would argue that link building never really ends if you want to succeed in the long run. For site owners looking to manage their own SEO, it can get very overwhelming very quickly! But there is no need to panic. Here are 3 ways you can keep your SEO from overrunning your day. 1. Weigh time vs. return. This is a...

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Quick Tip: How to Keep the Count with CSS

November 2, 2011  |  PHP  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

Did you know that, with CSS, you can create a counter? This can be especially useful for instances where the count is purely needed for presentational purposes. I’ll show you how to use counter-increment in this useful quick tip. Screencast Choose 720p for the best picture. How Does it Work? It’s really quite simple. We’re not even talking CSS3 here; the counter-increment property has been around for a while now. It’s just that many of us aren’t familiar with it, or haven’t found a use for it. We begin by applying the...

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48 Funny Print Ads that’ll Keep You Laughing…and Buying

Though hundreds of Print Ads are made each year to promote various products, not many can be considered successful based on the response of both the critics and the general public. People have seen so many advertisements that they’ll be quick to blast unoriginal or overused concepts. They also expect witty and powerful copy. For budding graphic artists trying to make a name for themselves in the field of advertising, it is essential to  find out what particular formulas have worked or failed in the past. And of course, the only way to do so is check out other works...

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