How to make sub menu in wordpress blog

Many blogger’s don’t know how to make a sub menu in wordpress . Today i am telling how to make a sub menu

There is short and easy way to describe (with pictures)

First go to appearence

then go to the menus

then after (see images)

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Viber for windows and mac

Viber for Windows

Viber for Windows lets you send free messages and make free calls to other Viber users, on any device and network, in any country!

Viber syncs your contacts, messages and call history with your mobile device, so you can start the conversation on the Viber mobile application and continue from the comfort of your PC.

  • Best-quality HD voice calls
  • Video calls
  • Text, photo and sticker messages
  • Group conversations
  • Full sync between your mobile and PC
  • Transfer ongoing calls between devices
  • No registration, passwords or invitations required

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We chat full guide

                                            WeChat - The new way to connectComplete Guide

How do I use Video Call?

  • Can I use WeChat Video Call?Video Calls are supported on WeChat versions 4.2 and up. At your earliest convenience, please update to the latest version of WeChat.
  • How private is my video call?
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Recon_Jet.jpgFar be it for us to conjecture what you did this past weekend, but if it’s anywhere along the lines of rappelling down mountain faces, biking across the country or putting out forest fires, the newly released Jet sunglasses from Recon instruments might be for you. Airing on the side of extreme, Recon’s answer to the Google Glass is a souped-up high-performance wearable computer masquerading as sunglasses. The Recon Jet heads-up display (HUD) is a flexible computing platform catering to endurance athletes. As a hybrid of microcomputer and polarized eyewear, the Jet is packed with more sensors and gadgets that you could ever really need… but hey, we know you’re weary of skydiving in your Google Glass, so Recon is here to offer an alternative.


With a dual-core processer and serious firepower on the functionality front, we are interested to see how Jet stands up to its sleeker and more mass-market competitors. With a number of obvious similarities both Google glass and the Recon Jet, one major issue seems to be with safety in terms of populating your field of vision with displays and marketing the glasses as usable in extreme sports—generally a time to try and have as few visual distractions as possible. Both products opted for a right side HUD, however Recon dropped the display to the bottom of your field of vision stating:

First and foremost, we wanted to ensure the user’s safety by making the display completely unobtrusive. When looking straight ahead, you will not even know it’s there. To take in information, you simply glance down, like looking at a dashboard on a car.
Research has shown that looking down is an easier eye movement than looking up. Jet is also designed for outdoor use, where looking up could result in looking directly at the sun, something we want to avoid. (more…)

7 Year Old Dreams of Mars, So NASA Sent Him This


Seven-year-old Dexter wants to be an astronaut when he grows up. So, he did what any proactive kid with an out-of-this-world dream should do: He wrote a letter to his future employer.

In his note to NASA, Dexter lamented the fact he’s too young for a trip to the Red Planet. “Dear NASA,” Dexter wrote. “I heard that you are sending two people to Mars and I would lik [sic] to come but im 7. So I can’t.”

NASA replied to Dexter with a note encouraging him to pursue his space dreams. Enclosed in the package was also more information about Mars, all of which Dexter’s mom posted to Reddit.More data coming soon

According to Press Secretary Lauren Worley, the letter came from NASA’s Office of Public Inquiries, which responds to hundreds of thousands of public inquiries each year on a variety of topics. However, Worley says the team especially enjoys writing back to young aspiring astronauts.

“NASA is working to send humans farther into space than ever before, first to an asteroid and on to Mars,” Worley says. “Perhaps one of these young writers will be among the first astronauts to set foot on another planet.”

For many animals with physical obstacles to overcome, the chances of survival are low. But for a lucky few, there are ways to tackle physical impairments that can make a huge, positive change in their lives.

These inspiring animals will break your heart with the challenges they’ve faced, then inspire you with their persistence in the face of it all.

Check out these eight stories of animals choosing not to give up, and the people who supported them along the way.

New Camera Sensor Eliminates Need for Flash

camera sensor in hand

No flash? No problem. A new imaging sensor could soon make it possible for photographers to take clear, sharp photos, even in dim lighting.

Created by a team of researchers at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore, the new sensor is highly sensitive to both visible and infrared light, which means it could be used in everything from the family Nikon to surveillance and satellite cameras.

The sensor, which is 1,000 times more sensitive to light than the imaging sensors of most of today’s cameras, gets this high photoresponse from its innovative structure.

It’s made of graphene, a super strong carbon compound with a honeycomb structure that is as flexible as rubber, more conductive than silicon and which resists heat better than a diamond.

Graphene, which is a one atom-thick layer of the mineral graphite, has already earned a reputation as the building material of the future. Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov took home the Nobel Prize in physics in 2010 for their work with the compound.

The inventor of the new sensor, Wang Qijie, an assistant professor at NTU’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, said this is the first time that a broad-spectrum, high photosensitive sensor has been made using pure graphene.
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BlackBerry Q10 Coming to Canada on May 1


BlackBerry has announced that its long-awaited keyboard phone running BlackBerry 10 software, the Q10, will launch on May 1 in Canada.

Canadian carriers Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility and Telus will all offer the Q10. As is the norm in Canada, customers will need to sign a three-year contract to buy the phone for the subsidized price of $199. Customers will also be able to buy the phone from several retailers, including Future Shop and Walmart Canada.

The first country to get the Q10, however, will be the U.K. BlackBerry hasn’t specified an exact date, only that it will be available sometime in April. The U.S. launch is equally unspecific, only that it would come by the end of May. BlackBerry says the Q10 will be priced so U.S. carriers will be able to charge $249 with a two-year contract.
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The Q10 is the second handset from the company to run BlackBerry 10, the first being the Z10, a touchscreen device that launched in early February. The Q10 runs the same operating system but includes a physical QWERTY keyboard — the form factor most closely associated with BlackBerry.

In late March BlackBerry said it had shipped 1 million BlackBerry Z10 phones worldwide, at the same time posting increased revenues.

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Sorry, Killer Robots: Campaign Aims to Stop You


So you thought a Terminator-like future of metal machines mowing each other down on battlefields sounded pretty cool, did you?

Well, wipe that smile off your face, fleshy one. Killer robots are a real threat to our future and must be outlawed now, according to a campaign launched in London on Tuesday by five international NGOs, led by Human Rights Watch.

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots — yes, that is its real name, and you can find its website here — calls for a comprehensive ban on the development, production, and use of fully autonomous weapons. The launch event came a month in advance of a UN report on the subject, set to be delivered to the Human Rights Council in Geneva on May 27.

“Killer robots would cross moral and legal boundaries, and should be rejected as repugnant to the public conscience,” said Human Rights Watch’s Arms Division Director Steve Goose. “Lethal armed robots that could target and kill without any human intervention should never be built.”

The campaign brought out its big guns for a press event at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster: Jody Williams, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate from the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, and Dr. Noel Sharkey, an artificial intelligence expert from Sheffield University.

Undermining the message slightly, they also brought the cute-looking 1950s-style sci-fi robot pictured above. What, no T-1000? Continue reading