In this Photoshop Tutorial we are going to create a photorealistic brick wall. First we will make the brick pattern, then we add the texture and then tweak it a bit to create a realistic brick wall
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In this Photoshop Tutorial we will learn about creating the the essential chrome effect, don’t leave home without it. This works on any object, not just text.
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This Photoshop tutorial covers how to make a 3d cube in Adobe Photoshop. It uses several Photoshop features – Gradients, Free Transform, Levels and Layers.
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Summary: Are article directories the new SEO link directories? As 1990s-era link directories fade into relative irrelevance, article directories offer new opportunities for one-way inbound links. There are currently about 200 of these directories, none of which charges a fee.
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Macromedia Dreamweaver is the most powerful WYSIWYG site building tool, one just as respected for what it does do as what it doesn’t. What it does offer is an intuitive environment for building cross-platform sites. What it doesn’t do is alter existing HTML by inserting esoteric tags that add nothing but weight.
Dreamweaver is a favorite of multimedia designers, since it easily integrates with other Macromedia applications, like Flash and Shockwave. It’s probably a less popular choice for small staffs or corporate sites, since it doesn’t come with a library of Web-ready graphics, like FrontPage and NetObjects does.
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : The Interface
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Site Management
? Dreamweaver : Page Properties
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Dreamweaver and HTML (Working With Dreamweaver and HTML)
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Working With Forms
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Inserting Images and Creating Links
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Lists and Imagemaps
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Working With Tables
? Dreamweaver Tutorial : Behaviors ?
? Define a New Site in Dreamweaver
? Creating Links in Dreamweaver
? Inserting Fireworks HTML into a Dreamweaver Webpage
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WebCentral, Australias biggest web hosting provider, is experiencing a mayor outage!
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Outage:05 December 12:00 AEST
Water supply to our Wickham Street premises has been cut this morning, which has affected the air conditioning in our data centre. We initially shut off all non-essential services in an attempt to reduce the impact of this water supply issue. The air-conditioning has now reached a critical point and we have been forced to shut down all data centre facilities at Wickham Street in a controlled way to minimise damage to servers and other equipment. Water supply has been re-established, but it will take some time for the cooling towers to replenish and air-conditioning to return to normal. We will post an update on this issue as soon as possible.
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Two big things have just happened in Google-land: Jagger and Google Analytics. Together, these two events may have changed the face of search forever.
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Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is a concerned man these days. So concerned is Gates about the emergence of Google as a major player in the web services division that he sent a memo to his staff on Sunday. This memo that has now famously been leaked is entitled, ‘Executive Staff and Direct Reports; Distinguished Engineers.’
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Needs to be secure and reliable…
By Sylvia Carr: Skype – the voice-over-IP software – is known for offering a way to make free calls anywhere in the world. Its friendly user interface, which you can personalise with pictures just like instant messaging apps, screams ‘consumer’ and one would imagine customers include university students and home users.
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