jQuery is everywhere, its fast and versatile, and is rapidly becoming as common on websites as CSS. The only small problem you may have is keeping up with development, keeping up with new plugins and tutorials. This article will do just that. All of these tuts have been written within the past eight weeks, bringing you up to speed with latest developments.
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You’ve seen those amazing Lego Stop Motion movies all over the internet, they are always very popular, everyone loves them. So, if you ever wanted to be the writer, director and producer of your own movie (with minifigs), this is the article for you. (its easier than you would think!)
Young or old, almost everyone loves Lego. If you admit it or not, you do. For the few that have never played or built with Lego, perhaps they won’t understand the draw that Lego can have, but I am sure…
All of these freeware applications have been in some cases, modified and trimmed down in size to allow them to fit on to a portable device like a USB drive or a portable hard drive. Rather than carrying a bulky laptop, you can carry all your applications and programs, your bookmarks, local servers, emails, passwords with you anywhere in your pocket. What a great idea!
It is easy to settle for one of the many free themes that are offered online for free. But it is also about time to realize that unique web design might end up costing a few bucks and some of your time…
All of these tutorials will show you how to take the simplest image and create something eye-popping and professional. Each one uses different tecniques to achieve the result, and I am sure you would agree they are all amazing.
Sabatier or Solarised is a tecnique in photography in which the negative of a photograph is completely or slightly changed in tone. In a nutshell, dark is light and light is dark.
This tecnique can be created by over exposing the negative of an image or, as with almost all aspects of photography, can be created within Photoshop.