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WebRupee API is Back

September 4, 2013 — 2 Comments

So many of them struggling about displaying Indian Rupee Symbol on website since API link was broken. I have retrieved code from archives and made WebRupee API plugin available to make use of it! Please find the below methods to display “New Indian Rupee” symbol on website.

Method 1 : CSS

1. Add a stylesheet link in the head section of your webpage:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="">

2. Add the following code enclosing your “Rs.”

<span>Rs.</span> 200

Method 2 : Javascript API

Just include the following javascript and it will update all the ” Rs ” / ” Rs. ” for you

<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>

With the help of some advanced selectors a dropdown menu can be easily created with CSS. Throw in some fancy CSS3 properties and you can create a design that was once only achievable with background images and Javascript. Follow this tutorial to see the step by step process of building your own pure CSS dropdown menu.

The menu we’ll be creating features two sub categories that appear once the parent link is activated by a hover. The first series of sub-links appear underneath main nav bar, then the second series of links fly out horizontally from the first dropdown. Take a look at the CSS dropdown menu demo to see it all in action.


To Read Full tutorial Click Here

Source: All Credits goes to respective author of the tutorial.

Font Squirrel website offers creating fonts into web @font-face fonts for displaying in websites. You can now display any kind of fonts in the web browser by just uploading your font file. Font squirrel will converts you all set of web fonts for your website!!! They are offering this service as 100% free for commercial use. Make use of it!

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