This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of MiO Energy for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Thinking what cover page to place in your Facebook Timeline can be hard at times. Until now I have not changed my cover page because I find it a hassle to have to think of what to really replace my current one.

The MiO cover photo Facebook generation tool has some great custom designs that can be worthy of my awesome life. Photos can also describe in some ways, you. These MiO cover photos bring out more color and vibrance to your Facebook Timeline page.

Here are the things you need to do:

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  • Choose from among the available custom cover photo designs, then click ‘add photo’ to insert photos from your Facebook albums.
  • Use the ‘scale’ and ‘rotate’ sliders to position your image.
  • Once you like it, click ‘download image’ to copy your new MiO Energy cover photo to your desktop before uploading it to your Facebook Timeline page.
  • Upload image to Facebook.

Check out the cover page below image generated by the generation tool.

MiO helps me shake things up this summer with water drinks customized to my liking. This water enhancer enables me to server multiple custom drinks wherever I want to. It is handy, portable and the delicious flavors simply add to my craving.

Considering that these are calorie and carbohydrate free, I would say health conscious people can definitely find something new with MiO energy drinks. Being sugar free, gluten free and no artificial flavors all the more makes this an attractive complement for the summer.

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I came upon this great tool to create timelines in your web pages, called Timeline by Simile. It is a DHTML-based AJAX widget for visualizing time-based events. All you need to do is to supply data in an XML file, tweak a little configuration according to your preference (if you’re typical about looks and presentation) and it does the rest for you. To use the Timeline project, you just need to load its Javascript source file with this.

<script src="http://simile.mit.edu/timeline/api/timeline-api.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

If you want to have full control of the scripts so that you can use your own images in place of bullets and others, make sure you have these 4 Javascript source files: bundle.js, labellers.js, timeline.js, timeline-api.js. The project’s site is still hosted in an mit.edu site (although they’ve provided a link for its new homepage), so it probably was a project by students for their thesis or something. Great job they did. This would surely help a lot of people who want to add timelines to their web pages. It’s not that hard to learn and understand how to use Timeline although you may get stuck for a bit in configuring the Timeline to include hours per day if in case you have more than one event in a day, you would want that certain day to display hours so that the presentation would be specific and in detail. Go check out this neat tool and start creating your very own timelines.

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