Create loading images online via cssload

If you want to create loading images for your website or blog,cssload is a free web service that help you to create loading images. It allows to create different type of loading images. It is very simple and easy to use anybody. It doesn’t require any sign up or download is required for creating loading images.

To create images, simply go to cssload website select first and second colours,give image’s width and height then you will get the code this is used for create loading images. You can adjust animation speed also.

Create temporary web pages via Pageeasy

Pageeasy is a free web service that will help you to create temporary web pages. You can create webpage without writing any code. It is very easy to use anybody. Once you sign up pageeasy you can easily creates web pages.

You can simply copy paste HTML code into pageeasy and create web pages. You can insert images, videos, buttons etc. After create your web page your will get URL like this Your web page will expire after one year.

Test your HTML, CSS and JavaScript code online via mooshell

If you want to test your HTML, CSS and JavaScript, mooshell is a free web service that allow to writing and testing HTML, CSS and Javascript online. It is very simple and no sign up is required for using mooshell.

To get start simply go mooshell website type your code in code box and click “Run” button the result will appear soon. If you click “save new” button you will get a URL this can shared with others.

Sprout easily build, publish and manage rich media Web content

Sprout is a new website that helps anyone add rich, sophisticated, interactive multimedia web content to your website or blog. Sprout allows users to create “sprouts,” which are multimedia Flash interfaces that can be created without knowing how to program in either Macromedia Flash or HTML.

Sprout allows you to add some general items into your flash like button, calendar, dropdown etc. Thumbnails, Slideshows, Timers etc. are created through few mouse clicks. If you want to add some real-time data, you can use sproutbuilder all the same for adding GoogleCharts, GoogleForms, Yahoo Maps, PollDaddy and even fetch feeds from blogs or anywhere etc.

For creating content select your favorite Pre-built templates from Sprout and drag your content into templates. You can upload and then add a variety of multimedia content to your sprout, including images, video, audio, flash files, and more. Publishing your sprout is easy, you can copy the code to embed in any Web site, use the quick post feature to place in your blog or social networking profile.

Gmail provide PDF viewer for PDF attachments

Sometimes you may get PDF attachment in your inbox, and want to view it, than it will open in Adobe Acrobat. Gmail adds an online PDF Reader, powered by Google Docs. Every time you receive a PDF file attached to an email, you can read it by clicking on the link “View”, instead of downloading it.

Clicking “View” quickly opens a new tab, which promptly loads the PDF in Google Docs, without opening up Adobe Reader in your desktop. Other features of the viewer include options to zoom in and out, as well as quick paging via next/previous arrows.

If you want, you can still view in plain HTML from a link at the top of the new viewer. And if you want to download, save, and view your PDFs later while offline using client software, you can still do that by hitting the “Download” link.