Hmm I wouldnt really think that can help much lol. no offense!
It is harder the smaller the tank. My 4g pico was alot of work, just as much if not more so than my 125g tank! lol You have to keep up on your top offs when the water evaporates so you dont cause a huge salinity increase or decrease. Also have to test it frequently in the beginning, one little bit of ammonia can cause a huge spike in such a small body of water.
And the stocking of a 10g is bit sketchy as it's really not enough room for a clown let alone a pair. I would keep maybe 3 micro fish in that size tank and go crazy with inverts and corals. Check out this link Aquarium Fish: Tropical Freshwater Fish and Saltwater Fish for Home Aquariums
and go to the marine section and on the left will be an option for nano fish. Most of the fish in there will be ok in a 10g. While youre looking at that you might wanna check out the crabs, shrimp etc....Give you some ideas on what you're going to want.