The Naked Truth About Paul Underwood

It was during my third month of blogging when I came across Paul’s awesome website and from then on, he has been in my list of blogs to visit for any technical queries or concerns regarding CSS or stylesheets for my blog.

He helped me out in my home page design to create those lovely boxes for my excerpts and I should mention here that he never hesitated before accepting to help me with any questions that I have about redesigning or re-formatting my home page.

He even accepted a guest post from me though i should say that I am do not write regularly about design and CSS. You can read my guest post on his site here – Cloud Computing for Web Developers.

A note of thanks to Paul for accepting this offer to answer some personal questions about himself and his blog, you rock!!!

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I would love to hear your comments about this awesome blogger and a technical expert in blogging and web design. If you like what you read, do not forget to tweet and share with your readers.

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Praveen Rajarao is an Entrepreneur and in his spare time blogs on his website –http://www.dailymorningcoffee.com and http://www.pbgeeks.com. His topics range from blogging to technology to affiliate programs and making money online and how-to guides. Daily Morning Coffee is also accepting Guest Posts from Professional Bloggers at this time, take a look at “Write For DMC” page for more details on the same.

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11 comments

  1. Hi Paul, Congratulations on being featured by Praveen in his interview series. I was very interested to learn of your blog through this post. I am interested in coding, though know very little of it. That’s great that you share your skill with other developers through your blog.

    Aside from Twitter, are you active in any other online communities for web designers?

    Thanks, Praveen, for featuring Paul. This is a brilliant series!

    1. Carolyn – Glad you are liking the series so far, still have a lot to look forward to I hope. 

      Paul has been of great support to me in many technical aspects of customizing my style sheets. You will find him very resourceful in the aspect. Good luck. 

  2. Nice to know more about you Paul!

    Glad you wrote and shared more about him Praveen. I guess his blog sure is something that most of us need- as I for one am totally LOST where coding or CSS are concerned. Would be great to connect :)Yes indeed, I second what Carolyn said- it is a brilliant series 🙂 Thanks for sharing Praveen!

    1. Harleena – Thanks for stopping by and glad you liked Paul’s website and am sure you will find him to be a lot of help when it comes to website designing. Hope you guys can connect since that is the primary purpose of this series!!!!

      Thanks once again and hope to have you featured on this list soon 🙂

  3. Hello Praveen

    Thanks for including me in this series.

    Glad here my blog is still useful to you.

    @wonderoftech:disqus I do use other websites to promote my posts, luckily the Web Development community is a very active community and lots of big websites have a community news section on the site. I tend to go to the biggest blogs in my niche and submit my posts to the news sections. The best part about this isn’t to get noticed by other readers of the big blogs, but to get noticed by the owner of the blog. Some have seen my posts and included them within a round-up post.

    An example of this is http://spyrestudios.com/33-fresh-jquery-and-css3-tutorials/ where 4 of my tutorials were featured.

    For me being included on these types of the posts is what I aim for when writing tutorials. 

    I don’t consider myself a good writer so I tend to not do many guest posts and let the web development do the work.

    Thanks Praveen again for including me in this series I look forward to getting to know the other people in the series and hopefully learning more about how I can improve my blog.

    Thanks
    Paul

    1. Paul – It was my pleasure to have you in my series and hope we all gain from knowing a little more about each other through these 20 questions. 

      Glad to be of any help to bring all bloggers together.

  4. Good interview Praveen and I must admit I am not familiar with Paul or his blog.  I might have to check it out though because I would love to learn how to do a few more things on my blog that require learning code.

    I did a Google search last weekend about putting the box below the post and messed my blog all up.  I even did what they said so obviously I need to understand what I’m doing before trying that again.

    Will be sure to stop by Paul and check out your home away from home.  I’m sure we all can learn a thing or two from you.

    Happy New Year to the both of you and I wish you nothing but success in 2012.

    ~Adrienne

    1. Hello Adrienne

      I’ll be more than happy to help on some coding issues you have with your blog, just let me know what problems your getting and I’ll see what I can do.

      Thanks
      Paul

    2. Hello Adrienne – I am sure you will find Paul very helpful with any changes to your website design. I can imagine how difficult it should be for any of us to mess around with the php files. 

      Thanks for the wishes and hope you have a wonderful year ahead.

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