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Add Floating Go to Top Button Into Your Website or Blog

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Embeddable script 'go to top' button Today, I'm going to explain how to place a floating "Go to Top" button on your Blogger site. This can also be applied to any website, not just Blogger. The process is straightforward and only requires adding a script before the closing </body> tag of your HTML. Here's how to do it: 1. Log in to Blogger - Navigate to the Theme menu. - On your active theme, instead of pressing Customize , click the triangle icon to reveal additional links. - Select Edit HTML . - Scroll to the end of the HTML or search for the </body>  tag. - Insert the following script right before the </body> tag: Here's the script to Add Floating Go to Top Button in your website (any website). The only magical part of the entire script is this snippet: button.addEventListener('click', function() { window.scrollTo({ top: 0, behavior: 'smooth' }); }); Everything else is j

STOP following those self-help content, START doing your immediate tasks and responsibilities

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The fastest way to reach any point is Start to walk immediately I feel like I'm almost halfway to achieving my dreams, thanks to the mindset I've developed from all the self-help books and content I've consumed over the years. It's been quite a journey, and I've learned a lot. However, this relentless drive towards a big dream has made me somewhat of a workaholic. I've become so focused on achieving something monumental that I've started to forget about my surroundings and the simple pleasures in life. The Cost of Chasing Big Dreams This idea of achieving something grand has made me lose touch with everyday joys. I can't remember the last time I truly savored the taste of my food or enjoyed a small moment without thinking about the next big milestone. The constant chase for something bigger has overshadowed my ability to appreciate the here and now. Taking a Break from Self-Help Content So, I've decided to take a break from all the self-help content

If money is your main motivation reconsider being a developer

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The contrast money situation between developer and Influencers If money is your main motivation, you might want to reconsider becoming a web developer or any other kind of developer. The ones raking in the most cash are often business owners or social media influencers. Their success usually hinges more on being born genetically attractive or personally charming rather than on creativity or hard work. Being a developer is more about the thrill of solving problems, the excitement of discovering something new, and finding better solutions. If you're passionate about coding, these aspects can be deeply fulfilling. However, if your primary goal is to get rich quick, this might not be the path for you. Let's take a look at the founders of the three major operating systems: Windows, macOS, and Linux. Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, is arguably the most talented developer among them. His technical prowess is unparalleled, but his deep technical focus means his financial situatio

Java my childhood memories, my home

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Rice fields My childhood in the countryside of Java is a treasure trove of memories. Growing up there was an unforgettable experience. My long-lost friends and I used to have so much fun playing in the rice fields with buffaloes. We would hunt for fish and fruits in the jungle, and when the rain poured down, we would light a fire and stay inside an uncovered hut in the middle of the rice field, cooking the fish and corn we had gathered. The warmth of the fire and the company of friends made those rainy days special. I really miss those moments. Java is the most populated island in the world, governed by Indonesia. This island holds a special place in my heart as it is the homeland of my ancestor, mother, father, and myself, at least until I moved to the capital after finished high school. The cultural and governmental distinctions between Java and the rest of Indonesia are quite significant, and I'd like to share some of these differences with you. First and foremost, the language.

I feel like I am having Mental Breakout

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  Inside of stress person's mind Hey there, I hope you're doing well. Today, I want to share something deeply personal with you. Recently, I've been experiencing a mental breakout, and it hasn't been easy. But I believe in the power of vulnerability and sharing our stories, so here's mine. Recognizing the Signs It started subtly. A feeling of overwhelming fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and a constant sense of dread. I knew something was off, but I brushed it aside, thinking I could push through. Sound familiar? It's easy to ignore the signs when life gets busy, but acknowledging them is the first step to healing. The Struggles of Being Introverted One of the main causes of my mental breakout is feeling disconnected from my friends. As an introvert, I find it hard to start conversations with friends or people in general. This has often left me feeling isolated and misunderstood, even among those who care about me. Living and Working Alone I work alone and liv

CODE NO MORE? take it slowly and re-think it again

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Lately, I've been feeling a bit restless in my career as a programmer. Day by day, the excitement I once felt for coding seems to be fading, and I've found myself yearning for a different kind of creative outlet. Surprisingly, this new passion has led me towards becoming a music artist, particularly in the realm of Techno music. My newfound interest sparked an intense dive into electronic music. I’ve been soaking up the history, from the pioneering sounds of Germany's 70s band Kraftwerk to the vibrant beats of modern EDM stars like Avicii. Watching documentaries, listening to countless tracks, and even trying my hand at creating some basic tunes has been incredibly invigorating. I've invested in a few simple instruments – a keyboard, a guitar – and some software to help me bring my musical ideas to life. However, amidst this musical exploration, I stumbled upon a documentary about Avicii. Known for his incredible contributions to EDM, Avicii's story is both inspirin

I just created My Code Editor - a Visually enhanced editor unlike any other

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Code Editor by Techgalery.com Hi everyone, I’m excited to share something I’ve been working on that I think you’ll find interesting. I’ve always been a bit tired of the typical black and white code editors, so I decided to create something a little different. Why This Code Editor? A Fresh Visual Experience I wanted to make coding more visually enjoyable, so this editor has a more vibrant and customizable interface. It’s designed to reduce eye strain and hopefully make coding a bit more pleasant for you. Background YouTube Video Playback One feature I’m particularly excited about is the ability to play YouTube videos in the background while you code. Whether it’s tutorials, music, or podcasts, you can have it all in one place without having to switch between apps. I thought this would be a cool way to enhance the coding experience. Built with Python QT This editor is built using Python QT, which helps make it responsive and efficient. I chose Python QT to ensure that the interface is no

How To Live a Happier Life - A Work Life Balance

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Photo by Datingscout on Unsplash Welcome to our latest blog post, we will discuss on achieving a balanced and fulfilling life. These are some guides or advice to make a happier life, and some practical aspects to achieve true balance and contentment of your life. 1. Seek Personal Growth Create realistic objectives and goal Learn skills until you are good at it Educate yourself (doesn't have to be formal education, in fact formal education isn't the most efficient) Celebrate achievements 2. Engage in Activities You Enjoy Pursue hobbies Participate in fun events 3. Focus on Positive Thinking Practice gratitude Look for the good in situations 4. Limit Stress Manage workload Take breaks Avoid overcommitting 5. Maintain Healthy Relationships Spend time with loved ones Build supportive friendships 6. Prioritize Mental and Physical Health Exercise regularly Eat a balanced diet Get adequate sleep Share your experiences or problems with someone close Seek mental health s

Understanding What Makes Life Feel Unfulfilling

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Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash Here are a few factors that can contribute to a sense of emptiness in individuals. 1. Personal experiences or life events Lack of fulfillment in daily activities or relationships Overwhelm from excessive responsibilities or expectations A sense of helplessness or powerlessness Traumatic experiences, such as abuse or loss Lack of Social Skills: Difficulty in forming and maintaining relationships due to poor communication or social skills. 2. Philosophical influence or Personal beliefs Nihilism, existentialism, and absurdism can suggest life lacks meaning. Stoicism may encourage emotional detachment. Postmodernism questions traditional beliefs, leaving some feeling adrift. 3. Cultural and societal factors Lack of close friends, family or people to rely on. Pressure to have more things and success. Spending too much time indoors and not seeing the outside world. Too much thinking about Unfairness and inequality in society. Cultural or Language Barriers: Diffe