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		<h1>Mentors Tech Blog</h1>
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				<li><a href="#uxui">UX/UI Designs</a></li>
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			<h2>Icon Design</h2>
			<h3>Create HTML5/CS5 Icons, Logos & Star Badges With Icon Generator Pro</h3>
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                <figcaption>Fig1. - A logo generator used in generating HTML5 icon</figcaption>
			<p>Creating professional looking icons and logos is often difficult, even with the help of online web services that allow creating custom logos/icons. The reason is that, most web services do not offer inserting images to tweak the icons, and present quite dull background images or templates for creating these. Icon Generator Pro is an Adobe AIR based application that provides icons for HTML5, CS5, CS4 and Star Badges, that can be fully customized to create attractive logos and icons. The icon generation can either be performed by downloading the Icon Generator application, or via the developer’s website.</p>
				<p>Written by blog's author Kingsley Bestor. Read More</p>

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			<h2>UX Design</h2>
			<h3>Web Design Usability Tips For Billing Forms</h3>
			<p>Each ecommerce site has its own checkout flow moving the user from a shopping cart to the final purchase. This differs based on what the user is buying and their intentions, but finalizing payment is always the toughest part. Your billing fields need to really keep visitors engaged and encourage them to complete the checkout process. I’d like to share some usability tips you can follow to improve your billing form designs and increase user checkout conversions.</p>
				<p>Written by guest author Injien Geoffrey. Read More</p>

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			<h2>Web Design & Development</h2>
			<h3>Learning the Basics of HTML</h3>
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                <figcaption>Fig1. - A logo generator used in generating HTML5 icon</figcaption>
			<p>HTML defines three tags that are used to define the page’s overall structure and provide some simple header information. These three tags—<code><html>, <head>, and <body></body> </code>make up the basic skeleton of every web page. They also provide simple information about the page (such as its title or its author) before loading the entire thing. The page structure tags don’t affect what the page looks like when it’s displayed; they’re only there to help browsers..</p>
				<p>Written by guest author Young Pam. Read More</p>

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			<h2>Building and Managing a WordPress Website</h2>
			<h3>The True Cost of Building and Managing a WordPress Website</h3>
			<p>If you are serious about using WordPress as a tool for publishing online content to drive traffic and build revenue for your business, start here. Minimize costs and maximize the potential for your success by learning some of the hidden expenses of WordPress management, as well as the pros and cons of everything from digital sharecropping to premium managed WordPress hosting.</p>
				<p>Written by guest author Kinsgsley Bestor. Read More</p>

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