Will wait till end!!!

Will wait till end!!!

(Must Read.. Simply Sup..)


It has never been easy for me,
It was never smooth,
Have always been on roller coaster,
On every journey I took.

You are just part of it
And I want to be with you,
But as for now you are boarded or not,
I don’t know.

Things are unclear
As it has always been,
I want it to change,
Want to make my thoughts transparent,
But scared that it will ruin.

I am scared that I am late,
But still unable to keep myself away,
Because I have lost a lot,
Mostly even before I took my step.

Well I will stick to it this time,
Until I see it end,
And choose the next path,
Because it seems, even if broken,
Moving on is in my vein!!

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Kaash..Ye Aansoo Tham Jaaye..!

Kaash Ye Aansoon Tham Jaaye..!
Kaash Ye Aansoon Tham Jaaye..!

आँखों में आज जो पानी है,
आँखों में जमी ही रह जाए।
दिखती दुनिया इनसे धुंधली है,
और यही मेरी सच्चाई है।

रोका ना जाता इनको अब,
दिल में जो मचा बवंडर है।
बह निकले जो फिर रुके नहीं,
पीर बनी समन्दर है।

हो झूठ सही पर सपने है,
जो दिल ने सजाये उससे है।
कहीं ये गीला न हो जाए,
कि काश ये आँसू थम जाए।


Ankhon mein aaj jo paani hai,
aankon mein jami hi rah jaaye.
deekhati duniya inase dhundhali hai,
aur yahi meri sacchai hai..

Roka na jaata inko ab,
dil mein jo machaa bawandar hai,
bah nikle jo fir ruke nahin,
Peer bani samandar hai..

Ho jhuth sahi par sapne hai,
Jo dil ne sajaaye usase hai.
kahin ye geela n ho jaaye,
ki kaash ye aansu tham jaaye..

How to Choose Right Colors for a Website

color theoryIf you are running a site and wants to use colors that entice your users to view your catalog, if you want to change your viewers into a customer you must have an attractive, an eye catching website. No one can tell you exactly which colors to use in your website which will give you a desired result, which will turn an onlooker into an interested viewer. I’m saying this because the choice of color and its likeness depends person to person for example in Japan people like pink most but in Eastern Europe it is unpopular. In India bleeding blue while in America green is the color of money. Besides using colors that are culturally sensitive you can follow these practices:-
Use a natural palette of colors. This doesn’t mean you should use earth tones, but instead refers to using colors that one would naturally see on a casual stroll around town—avoid ultrabright colors that can cause eye strain.
Use a small color palette. You don’t need to use 15 different colors to achieve your goals. In fact, if your page includes text and images in 15 different colors, you might reevaluate the message you’re attempting to send. Focus on three or four main colors with a few complimentary colors, at the most.
Consider your demographics. You are likely not able to control your demographics and thus have to find a middle ground that accommodates everyone. The colors enjoyed by younger people are not necessarily those appreciated by older people, just as there are color biases between men and women and people from different geographic regions and cultures.

With just these few tips in mind, it might seem as if your color options are limited. Not so—it simply means you should think about the decisions you’re making before you make them. A search for color theory in the search engine of your choice should give you more food for thought, as will the use of the color wheel.
The color wheel is a chart that shows the organization of colors in a circular manner. The method of display is an attempt to help you visualize the relationships between primary, secondary, and complementary colors. Color schemes are developed from working with the color wheel; understanding color schemes can help you determine the color palette to use consistently throughout your website. For example, knowing something about color relationships will hopefully enable you to avoid using orange text on a light blue background, or bright blue text on a brown background.
Some common color schemes in web design are as follows:
Analogous— Colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel, such as yellow and green. One color is the dominant color and its analogous friend is used to enrich the display.
Complementary—Colors that are opposite from each other on the color wheel, such as a warm color (red) and a cool color (green).
Triadic—Three colors that are equally spaced around the color wheel. The triadic scheme provides balance while still allowing rich color use.
Spend some hands-on time with the color wheel. The Color Scheme Generator at http://colorschemedesigner.com/ enables you to start with a base color and produce monochromatic, complementary, triadic, tetradic, analogic, and accented analogic color schemes.

Listing Websites with the Major Search Sites

SEO SearchIf you want to users to find your pages, to improve your sites traffic, you absolutely must submit a request to each of the major search sites to index your pages. Even though search engines index web content automatically, this is the best way to ensure your site has a presence on their sites.

The following list might save you some frustration; it includes the addresses of some popular search engines which will include your site for free, along with the exact wording of the link you should click to register:

  • Google—Visit http://www.google.com/addurl, enter the address of your site and a brief description, and then enter the squiggly verification text, called a CAPTCHA, (or Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) shown on the page. Then click the Add URL button to add your site to Google.
  • Yahoo! Search—Visit http://search.yahoo.com/info/submit.html, click on Submit a Website or Webpage, enter the address of your site, and then click the Submit URL button.
  • Bing—Visit http://www.bing.com/docs/submit.aspx , enter the verification text, enter the address of your site, and then click the Submit URL button.
  • AllTheWeb— AllTheWeb search results are provided by Yahoo! Search, so just be sure to submit your site to Yahoo!
  • Alta Vista- Alta Vista search results are also provided by Yahoo! Search, so just be sure to submit your site to Yahoo!

If you found this time consuming to get indexed with every site separately you can use these sites that provide one form that automatically submits itself to all the other major search engines plus several minor search engines. These sites such as

These services might or might not be of value, but I strongly recommend that you go directly to the major search sites and use their forms to submit your requests to be listed.

Tips for Search Engine Optimization

What I believe is no one can guarantee you that your site will be the number one result in a Google search but yes you can improve your site search-ability by following these basic tips.

  • Great Content – Only Having all good keyword is not enough but you must have a great content. As we know content is king and it should be great in terms of reliability, importance and informative, so that people can found your web worthy and will stay around.
  • Regular Updates – Sites that have new content added on a regular basis are seen as more reliable than sites that rarely do.
  • Keyword –Keyword means a lot, In web world it’s famous that Content is king and keywords are keys to reach to the king means if you want to get more attention by improving your page search then you must have to use some tricky but relevant keywords as per your page contents. Always remember you shouldn’t try to optimize your entire site to one keyword phrase – instead focus on writing pages for specific keywords and phrases.
  • Accurate Page Titles – Use accurate page titles. Your titles should be brief but descriptive and unique. Don’t stuff it with keywords.
  • Human Friendly URLs –Create human-friendly URLs, such as those with words in them that users can easily remember.  Create URLs that reflect your directory structure. This assumes you have a directory structure in the first place, which you should.
  • When Possible, use texts- not graphical elements- for navigation.
  • Within the content of your page, using headings properly.

Related FAQs

  1. Q.    I have lots of pages in my site. Do I need to fill out a separate form for each page at each search site?
  2. No. If you submit just your home page (which is presumably linked to all the other pages), the search spiders will crawl through all the links on the page (and all the links on the linked pages, and so on) until they have indexed all the pages on your site.
  1. Q.    I submitted a request to be listed with a search engine, but when I search for my page; my page never comes up—not even when I enter my company’s unique name. What can I do?
  2. Most of the big search engines offer a form (mentioned above) you can fill out to instantly check whether a specific address is included in their database. If you find that it isn’t included, you can submit another request form. Sometimes it takes days or even weeks for the spiders to get around to indexing your pages after you submit a request.

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