Torque3D: Commercial Game Engine to Open Source!

To all fans of  Torque3D, Garagegames recently announced they are moving forward to Open Source MIT license.

Torque 3d is one of the best 3d game engine.

“The Torque community is now home to 150,000+ game developers and artists with additional licensees of more than 200 universities and schools for computer science and game design curricula.

Torque is a constantly evolving technology built for speed and ease of use. We reinvest in Torque aggressively with 40+ experienced developers working on the technology. Available on the PC, Mac, iPhone, web, and more, Torque stays up to date on relevant platforms and ahead of the curve in performance. Torque’s licensees include scrappy innovators and industry giants alike, as you can see below.

Torque provides dedicated personnel for custom support on Torque projects. With some of the best developers in the industry at your back, your project is assured to come together on time and a success. ” – quoted from

So what are you waiting for download now!!!

Warning: DNSChanger Malware is out there and may be installed already on your PC

DNS (Domain Name System) is an Internet service that converts user-friendly domain names into the numerical Internet protocol (IP) addresses that computers use to talk to each other. When you enter a domain name, such as, in your web browser address bar, your computer contacts DNS servers to determine the IP address for the website. Your computer then uses this IP address to locate and connect to the website. DNS servers are operated by your Internet service provider (ISP) and are included in your computer’s network configuration. DNS and DNS Servers are a critical component of your computer’s operating environment—without them, you would not be able to access websites, send e-mail, or use any other Internet services. Continue reading

Basic & Simple HTML-CSS Menu show/hide SubMenu

This is my tutorial in making basic & simple HTML/CSS Menu that shows & hide SubMenus on Mouse Over. There are many other tutorials out there that maybe be better but quite complicated and heavy for beginners.

here it goes:

Create a style tag for your menu, dont forget the html/head/body tags – remember to put your stylesheet inside head tag.



Leave it without any parameters/option for now (later do as u wanted 🙂

next, add  the menu list

.menu li{}

if you want horizontal menu use float:left on list tags <li> else the default appearance will be vertical menu. then add your other style of your liking such as width, height, background-color/images, etc. (later recommended)

.menu li{ float:left}

next will be your submenu, hide it using display:none (or visibility: hidden for CSS3)

.menu ul{display:none}

Remember your main menu is at <li> tags and it holds your submenus at <ul> tags




Now here comes the magic that will reveal the submenu when the mouse is located over the menu (hovering they say)

add the following to your style

.menu li:hover ul{display: block;}

then again, add your other style of your liking such as width, height, background-color/images, etc.

see it live at

test it – submenu will be in – now u see now u don’t – state 🙂


Final code:



.menu li{
display: block;
width: 200px;
height; 50px;
.menu ul{
display: none;
.menu li:hover ul{
display: block;
background-color: blue;

<ul>home 1</ul>
<ul>home 2</ul>
</html> What is that?

This is my personal project…

So what is

Well, i been developing several websites and wishes all of them to be accessible all at once (in one single homepage). But due to, i have too many websites, i have to make them (all these websites) my home page, thanks to the new options of the modern browsers… You can now set multiple homepage …

Problem is loading too many homepage at the same time burdens my CPU & my web browser (sometimes crash it).

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