Kemudahan Add A Gadget

Kemudahan Add A Gadget adalah untuk menambah gadget ke dalam blog

Anda boleh menukar saiz gadget supaya saiznya sesuai dengan paparan blog
Contoh: video dari Youtube

Cara:
Copy kod daripada sumber yang hendak ditambah. 
Klik Share
Klik Embed




Copy Kod
Buka blog anda






Klik Design, Klik Add A Gadget


Pilih HTML/JavaScript

Klik +
Paste kod yang telah di Copy pada ruangan Content
Klik Save
ATAU Jika ingin tukar saiznya
Taipkan saiz pada Width dan Height yang sesuai untuk ruang di blog anda. 
Contoh: Width=390 dan height=300


Klik Save
view blog
Selesai
Begitulah juga untuk memasukkan sebarang gadget yang mempunyai kod ke dalam blog
Peringatan: Sekiranya Gadget mempunyai kod, maka boleh dimasukkan ke dalam blog dengan menggunakan HTML/JavaScript

Lawatan ICT ke SK Sekolah Seri Puteri, Cyberjaya

11 February 2010
ICT Facilities - All classes have access to Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN). 2 computer Laboratories comprising 21 computers each. Each class equipped with 2 or 3 units of computers. 17 special rooms equipped with LCD and computers.


























Kemudahan Design

Kemudahan Design adalah untuk membuat reka bentuk laman blog


Klik Design
Add gadget adalah untuk menambah gadget seperti kalendar, jam, ruang sembang, video dll
Arrange Page Elements
Dengan cara Drag and Drop boleh menukar susunan gadget





















Bawa kursor pada gadget yang ingin dialihkan
Klik gadget berkenaan dan heret ke tempat yang baru










Selain itu Edit digunakan untuk membuat penyuntingan gadget
Klik Edit









































Anda boleh mengedit gadget berkenaan
Selepas mengedit
Klik Save
Jika ingin membuang gadget tersebut, klik Remove

Memasukkan Gambar Profile

Klik Dashboard


Klik Edit Photo
    Edit User Profile

Browse gambar anda
Klik
 

Membina Blog

1.  Taipkan alamat blogger http://www.blogger.com/
2.  Paparan berikut akan dipamerkan.


3.    Klik ‘create a blog’ (pastikan anda sudah mempunyai alamat e-mail,
      sekiranya belum ada anda perlu mendaftar e-mail terlebih dahulu).
4.   Paparan berikut akan dipamerkan.


      Isikan maklumat dan klik continue
5.   Apabila pendaftaran berjaya, anda sudah boleh memulakan blog.
      Sign in setiap kali anda ingin mengedit blog anda.






6.   Paparan untuk edit blog akan dipaparkan
      Terdapat kemudahan untuk mengedit blog iaitu:




7. New-post – untuk memasukkan maklumat tentang sesuatu topik


                            
8.   Edit Posts - untuk mengedit maklumat
9.   Tambah dan mengubah kedudukan elemen dalam paparan blog
           Klik Layout
                  Drag and drop – ubah kedudukan elemen


          Klik Add a gadget
          Contoh tambah kalendar, jam, lagu dan lain-lain



          Contoh: Taipkan calendar pada search for gadgets        
         
10.   Pelbagai jenis kalendar akan dipaparkan




          Pilih kalendar  
      
11.   Pastikan anda Sign out setiap kali selesai mengemaskini blog


12.   Untuk melihat blog anda
         Taipkan alamat blog anda di alamat e-mail.
                Contoh: http://www.maikarim.blogspot.com/

13.   Anda boleh layari BloggerHelp untuk membantu anda membina blog:
              * How to create a blog with Blogger
                 http://www.youtube.com/BloggerHelp#p/u/7/BnploFsS_tY
              * Adding a Google Gadget to your blog
                http://www.youtube.com/BloggerHelp#p/u/2/-OVRlXn9mAs
                                                                         
Selamat mencuba..

Cherry Blossom, Nagoya, Japan


Photograph by Achim Runnebaum, My Shot
This is an early blooming Cherry Blossom shot in Nagoya, Japan. Cherry Blossom time is the most beautiful time in Japan, and one look at this flower is enough to understand why. This was shot at a local park near my house on a bright, spring day with my Nikon D300 and Tamron 90mm 2.8 macro lens

Cherry Trees and Walkway, Japan


Photograph by Thomas Simonson, My Shot
This picture was taken in Iwakuni, Japan at the Kintai Bridge. The Cherry Blossom (Sakura) festival had just ended and that is when I decided to go and get some good pictures

Japanese Maple, North Carolina



Photograph by Melissa Farlow
The lacy leaves and wandering branches of a Japanese maple lend drama to the grounds of the Biltmore Estate near Asheville, North Carolina. Built in 1895 by George Washington Vanderbilt, the Biltmore is the largest private residence in the United States and includes more than 75 acres (30 hectares) of manicured gardens.
Palau Islands

Photograph by Tim Laman
Located in the western Pacific, Palau is made up of more than 250 islands, such as these forested, sand-ringed gems studding sapphire seas. Tourism is the country's main industry; its rich marine environment invites snorkeling, diving, and lounging

Setting Sun


Photograph by Michael Yamashita
A burning orange sun sets behind a fringe of pampas grass in Japan. Japan's nickname, "The Land of the Rising Sun," is derived from the Chinese ideograph meaning "place of the sun's origin."
Mount Everest and Mount Nuptse


Photograph by Bobby Model
Sprinkled with snow, Mount Nuptse stands in front of its Himalayan cousin, Mount Everest. At 25,790 feet (7861 meters), Nuptse falls a few thousand feet short of Everest.

Lightning, Cape Town


Photograph by Warren Tyrer, My Shot
Two separate lightning bolts converge over Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, with an amazing display of natural electricity.


Owachomo Bridge at Night, Utah


Photograph by Jim Richardson
A starry night gleams above Owachomo Bridge in Utah's Natural Bridges National Monument—named the first Dark Sky Park by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA). "Here you see something forgotten," says ranger Scott Ryan, "and reconnect with the sky."
Focus on Nature


Photograph by Mike Yamashita
 "I wanted to photograph nature as it is, as it always was, and as it always should be for future generations."

Autumn Landscape, Colorado


Photograph by Haemin Rapp, submitted to My Shot
Mountains serve as an inspiring backdrop to a Colorado landscape in full autumn color.


Trees, South Africa


Photograph by Annie Griffiths Belt
For trees that grow on mountaintops near Cape Town, South Africa, wind can be a magnificent sculptor. Trees that can handle the wind's effects best will alter their shape to deal with the load of the wind

Sunset


Photograph by Sisse Brimberg
Backlight produces a spectacular graphic image in this shot of shadows and tree trunks. Hiding in the setting sun behind a tree, the photographer kept the sky from blowing out by being over-exposed. The shadows serve as leading lines.
Petrohué Falls, Chile


The gentle falls of the Petrohué River frame the graceful slopes of Osorno Volcano, part of the Andes Mountain. The scene is but one memorable view within Chile's Vicente Perez Rosales National Park.

Lightning, Cape Town


Photograph by Warren Tyrer, My Shot
Two separate lightning bolts converge over Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, with an amazing display of natural electricity.

Virunga Mountains


Photograph by Chris Johns
Lava spews out of a fissure in the Virunga mountains in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Virunga chain is part of the East African Rift Valley system, which marks the boundary between two plates: the Nubian plate to the west and the Somalian plate to the east. The rift valley is a classic example of a divergent plate boundary.

Niagara Falls



Photograph by Panoramic Stock Images
Some 12 million tourists come every year to see the mighty Niagara Falls. Located on the Niagara River on the border between New York and Ontario, Canada, this famed cataract comprises three separate falls: Horseshoe, American, and Bridal Veil
Sheep, Scotland

Photograph by Jim Richardson
Tangles of seaweed lure a flock of sheep from Iona's green slopes down to the beach for a mineral-rich graze. In Gaelic this stretch of coast is called Camas Cùil an t-Sàimh, the "bay at the back of the ocean."

Great White Egrets


Photograph by Michael Nichols
A trio of great white egrets alights on a tree against darkening skies in Gabon’s Petit-Loango Reserve. These long-legged, S-necked birds live near water, where they feed on fish, reptiles, and small amphibians, which they snare with a quick thrust of their strong bill before swallowing them whole

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