Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Happy Christmas & New year 2012

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Adobe Edge-Adobe new tool for HTML5

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Adobe® Edge is a new design tool that allows web designers to create animated content to their websites, using web standards like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Watching the following video you will get the basic introduction to adobe edge.



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Monday, December 12, 2011

HTML 5 an Introduction

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HTML5 cause a drastic change in the development, supporting open standards that expose underlying technologies enabling the integration, innovation and development of complex applications and services easily.

Using a plugin Free video and audio via tags.
Element for dynamic designs.
Drag and Drop elements.
Cross-document and cross-domain messages.
Browsing history in Ajax.
Geolocation API.
Network status (online / offline).
Greater control of data on forms.
content Editable - Editor-rich content.
Data storage on the client.
Web worker threads.

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Monday, November 21, 2011

WebP: Google new image format for the Web

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WebP is the new image format with lossy compression created by google. Google created as an alternative to JPEG and PNG , with 25–34% better compression compared to JPEG images .The new image format WebP also support for transparency – also known as alpha channel – in both the lossless and lossy modes.
 
With these new modes, you can now use WebP to compress all types of images on the web. You can use Photographic images smaller file size. Icons and graphics can be encoded better in WebP lossless mode than in PNG. WebP lossy with alpha can be used to create transparent images with smaller in file size. Animations compressed as GIFs can use animation support in WebP. You can download and install the WebP code from the Google code or click the following link

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Mozilla Firefox 8 arrived with new 6 features

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Now Mozilla has released the latest version of Firefox for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. In this version mainly 6 features are there.
Built-in Twitter search
Disables add-ons
Cross-origin resource sharing.
Faster:  Firefox 8 to be faster than previous versions with improved support for HTML5 and WebGL.
Tab on demand : Firefox for Android Mozilla has also released an update to Firefox for Android. The new features in upgrade include Firefox Master Password, which allows users to protect saved usernames and passwords. Here's looking into all that's new in Firefox 8.
Android users can now also "add icons for any bookmarked website or Web app to the home screen and launch with just one touch," to add better ease to HTML5-based Web apps. You can download new version from here

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Best Design resource sites

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Free Font Downloads

Free Photos and Vectors

Free Photoshop Downloads

Design Blogs

Free Font Downloads

Free Fonts and Other Resources: Web Page Publicity
Huge Collection of Free Fonts: Da Font
Nice Selection of Free Fonts: Urban Fonts
Fonts and Other Freebies: Simply The Best Fonts
1001 Free Fonts for Download: 1001 Free Fonts
Over 9000 Free Fonts: Creamundo
A Small List of Free Fonts: Best Free Fonts

Free Photos and Vectors

Submit Vectors or Download Others for Free: Free Vector Art
59 Pages of Free Vector Art: Free Vectors
Quality Vector Downloads: Vector 4 Free
Neat Collection of Free Photos From Around the World: Free Stock Photos
Great Collection of Free Vectors and Resources: You The Designer
Great Free Stock Photos: Free Foto
A List of Free Downloads: Bittbox
700 Free Stock Photos: Free Picture Click

Free Photoshop Downloads

A Couple Free Patterns for Download: Design Spice
Free Photoshop Brushes: Design Fruit
Free Photoshop Actions: Visual Blast
Tons of Free Photoshop Brushes: Brusheezy
A Few Nice Free Photoshop Brushes: Obsidian Dawn
Great Grunge Brushes and Others: Photoshop Brushes
Free Background Patterns for Photoshop: Free BG
Over 150 Free Background Patterns: Squidfingers

Design Blogs

A Frequently Updated Design Blog: Veerle’s Blog
A Design Magazine and Blog: Smashing Magazine
A European Design Blog: Design In Europe
A Unique Nerdy Blog: Design You Trust
The Personal Blog of a Graphic Designer: Larissa Meek
A German Design Blog: David Hellmann
The Blog of a Canadian Geek/Model: Mostly Lisa
A Graphic Design Blog: Bittbox
A Blog About Freelance Graphic Design Advice: Freelance Switch
A Design Blog Full of Resources: You The Designer
A Popular Design Blog: Fazai 38



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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Adobe Flash allows websites to access your webcam without permission

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Flash allows to access your webcam without permission please check the video...

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Friday, October 21, 2011

How to move an object at a certain speed in a specific angular direction

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You can use some basic trigonometric functions to convert this angle and speed to component x and y velocities. First, you need to make sure the angle is in radians. If the angle is in degrees, convert it by using the following formula:
radians = degrees * Math.PI / 180;
If you ever need to convert the opposite way, use:
degrees = radians * 180 / Math.PI;
Once you have the angle in radians, use the Math.sin and Math.cos functions, along with the speed, to find the x and y velocities, using the following formulas:
vx = Math.cos(angle) * speed; vy = Math.sin(angle) * speed;
Here is an example using 135 degrees and a speed of 4 pixels per frame:
package {
    import flash.display.Sprite;
    import flash.events.Event;
    import flash.events.TimerEvent;
    import flash.utils.Timer;
    
    public class AngularVelocity extends Sprite {
        private var _sprite:Sprite;
        private var _angle:Number = 135;
        private var _speed:Number = 4;
        private var _timer:Timer;
        
        public function AngularVelocity (  ) {
            _sprite = new Sprite(  );
            _sprite.graphics.beginFill(0x0000ff, 100);
            _sprite.graphics.drawCircle(0, 0, 25);
            _sprite.graphics.endFill(  );
            _sprite.x = 200;
            _sprite.y = 100;
            addChild(_sprite);
            _timer = new Timer(30);
            _timer.addEventListener("timer", onTimer);
            _timer.start(  );
        }
        
        public function onTimer(event:TimerEvent):void {
            var radians:Number = _angle * Math.PI / 180;
            var vx:Number = Math.cos(radians) * _speed;
            var vy:Number = Math.sin(radians) * _speed;
            _sprite.x += vx;
            _sprite.y += vy;
        }
    }    
}

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

How to know display settings for the device using actionscript

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You should use the flash.system.Capabilities object to determine the display settings of the device that is playing the movie. The screenResolutionX and screenResolutionY properties return the display resolution in pixels.
// Example output: // 1024 // 768 trace(flash.system.Capabilities.screenResolutionX); trace(flash.system.Capabilities.screenResolutionY);
If you want to load different swf file in mobile and other small resolution devices you can use the following method.
var resX:int = flash.system.Capabilities.screenResolutionX; var resY:int = flash.system.Capabilities.screenResolutionY; if ( (resX <= 240) && (resY <= 320) ) { var url:String = "main_mobile.swf"; } else { var url:String = "main_desktop.swf"; } loader.load(new URLRequest(url));

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

How to access your web cam and take a snapshot using flash actionscript 3.0

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In this post i will help you how to access your web cam and take a snap shot and save it as in JPEG format.

  1. Create a new flash file with name WebCam.
  2. Create a button with instance name "_capt " in the stage
  3. Then create a new actionscript 3 file with name "vido". copy and paste the following code into that and save it..
    package
    {
       
        import com.adobe.images.JPGEncoder;
            import flash.display.Bitmap;
            import flash.display.BitmapData;
            import flash.media.Video;
            import flash.media.Camera;
            import flash.display.Sprite;
            import flash.events.*;
            import flash.display.MovieClip;
            import flash.net.FileReference;
            import flash.utils.ByteArray;
            import flash.geom.Matrix;

          
            [SWF(width=640,height=480,frameRate=24)]
            public class vido extends Sprite
          
            {
                public var _camera:Camera;
                public var _video:Video;
                public var _capt:MovieClip;
                public var _snap:Bitmap;
                public var _snapContent:BitmapData;
                public var _fileRefer:FileReference;
                public var bytes:ByteArray;
              
                    public function vido()
                    {
                        _camera=Camera.getCamera();
                        _video=new Video(320,240);
                        _video.attachCamera(_camera);
                        addChild(_video);
                        _capt.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK,takeCapt);
                      
                  
                    }
                    public function takeCapt(evt:MouseEvent)
                    {
                      
                        var _snapContent:BitmapData=new BitmapData(320,240, false, 0);                  
                        BitmapData(_snapContent.draw(_video));
                        var _snap:Bitmap=new Bitmap();
                        _snap.bitmapData=_snapContent;
                        addChild(_snap);
                        _snap.x = 304;
                        var jpgEncode:JPGEncoder = new JPGEncoder();
                        var bytes:ByteArray = jpgEncode.encode(_snapContent);
                        var _fileRefer=new FileReference();
                        _fileRefer.save(bytes, "image.jpeg");                  
                      
                    }
            }
          
          
5. You can download the JPEG Encoder from here
6. Goto the webcam fla and give the class name =vido.
7.Run  the flash file and take the snapshot and save it as jpeg.

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Sunday, September 4, 2011

The ultimate list of tutorials and plugins for jQuery

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In this site you've found the ultimate list of tutorials and plugins for jQuery.You want to see just follow the link http://jquerylist.com

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

You want to change the case of a string or perform a case-insensitive comparison in action script

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In this post i will help you how to change a string to uppercase,to lower case and also capitalize a first letter of a words.
The "toUpperCase( )" and"toLowerCase( )" methods return new strings in which all the characters are uppercase or lowercase, respectively, without modifying the original string.

you can use toLowerCase( ) or toUpperCase( ) to perform case-insensitive searches within strings


// Displays: flash designer?
trace( ex.toLowerCase( ) );

// Displays: FLASH DESIGNER?
trace( ex.toUpperCase( ) );

// The original string value is unchanged: Flash designer?
trace( example );
//you want to change original string, reassign the return value to it, as follows:

var example:String = example.toLowerCase( );

The following will help you to change the any word for example "DeSigner" into "Designer" to capitalize the first letter of the word.The following is the code in the "main" class


public static function initialcap( theword:String ):String {
return theword.charAt( 0 ).toUpperCase( ) + theword.substr( 1 ).toLowerCase( );
}


//The following is an example usage of the method:

var example:String = "DeSigner";
trace( StringUtilities.toInitialCap( example ) ); // Displays: Designer

The "initialcap( )" method converts a string to so-called title case (initial letters capitalized). 

The following is the definition of the method:

public static function titleCase( originalword:String ):String
{
var words:Array = originalword.split( " " );
for (var i:int = 0; i < words.length; i++)
{
words[i] = initialcap( words[i] );
} return ( words.join( " " ) );
}
//And the following is a sample usage of the method:
var examp:String = " flash designer cochin";
trace( main.titleCase( examp ) );
// Displays: Flash Designer Cochin


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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Google web fonts-easy to use different fonts in your site

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Google Web Fonts helps you use web fonts quick and easy for everyone, including professional designers and developers.Google provide the service free of charge.



Open source fonts

All of the fonts in the google web fonts are Open Source. This means that you are free to share . You can even improve or customize them and collaborate with the original designer.
Using the "add to Collection" you can add into your collection and using the "Use" button in the bottom you can use it.
When you click on the use button google give the link of style sheet and bottom of the style sheet gives the "css" (font-family example).
Click the link you will redirect to google fonts

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Friday, August 12, 2011

Shadows creating in photoshop easy steps

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Creating shadow in photoshop is one of the easiest way.In this tutorial i will help you to create shadow using photoshop in easy steps.

  1. First you create a new layer.Then using Rectangular tool create  a box in the new layer.
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  2. Then create an another layer with the name "shadow" and fill the gray color("#5e5e5e").Then using hte eraser tool(shortcut "E") select a smooth edged brush and then erase the left area.It will look like the following image.
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  3. Send the image to the back of the previous layer and then go tho the "Filter" menu and select the "Blur" option and in that option go the "Gaussion Blur". Then give the blur to "5".
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  4. Then "Skew" the erased area.See the following image.
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  5. And take the copy of shadow layer pressing the alt tab and dragging.Then the rename it shadow2 then right click Flip Horizondal and adjust the shadow2 look like the following image.
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  6. Then Merge the two layers pressing. "Ctrl+E".Finally adjust shadow image. Then transform the image pressing "Ctrl+T" or goto Edit-Free transform.Adjust the image good for you.
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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Using JQuery create sliding toggle box

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This simple jquery tutorial i will trying to create jquey sliding box. First of all create a css file with the following classes
.box
{
width:500px;
height:200px;
background-color:#57C1EA;
margin:0px auto;
padding:20px;
font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
color:#FFFFFF
}
.container
{
width:500px;
height:250px;
margin:0px auto;
text-align:center;
}

The create a html file.In that file create a class with "container" and in that div create a another div with the class "box" out side the box div create a button with the id "anim" and then include a jquery header file inside the header and inside the script area copy paste the following code.


$(document).ready(function(){

$('#anim').click(function(){
$('.box').animate({
opacity:'toggle',
height:'toggle'
},'slow');

});

});
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Thursday, August 4, 2011

How to access the information(id3 property)of the sound file

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MP3 audio files are contain metadata about the sound file. This is most often used in music files to record the name of the song, the artist, album, genre, year of release, composer, etc. The information is actually included in these tags depends on who encoded or tagged the file. I think the most of the  cases though, you'll at least get the songname and artist tag.
So, to read the song's name, you would access it as follows:

_sound.id3.songName
The following example creates a text field and lists all available id3(information)of mp3 file tags:
package {
import flash.display.Sprite;
import flash.media.Sound;
import flash.net.URLRequest;
import flash.events.Event;
import flash.text.TextField;

public class disp_ID3 extends Sprite {
private var _sound:Sound;

public function disp_ID3( ) {
_sound = new Sound(new URLRequest("song.mp3"));// the song name you want display the details
_sound.addEventListener(Event.ID3, onID3);
_sound.play( );
}

public function onID3(event:Event):void {
// Create a text field and display it
var id3Display:TextField = new TextField( );
addChild(id3Display);
id3Display.x = 10;
id3Display.y = 20;
id3Display.width = 200;
id3Display.height = 200;
id3Display.background = true;
id3Display.multiline = true;
id3Display.wordWrap = true;

// Add some info about the song to the text field
id3Display.text += _sound.id3.songName + "\n";
id3Display.text += _sound.id3.artist + "\n";
id3Display.text += _sound.id3.album + "\n";
id3Display.text += _sound.id3.year + "\n"; }
}
}
}

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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Basic Event Listeners and Hadlers Actionscript 3.0

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When you run a flash movie every time the mouse is clicked, it dispatches or broadcasts an event.

For example the below image shows an instance of simple button.This button has also been given the instance name of button1 in the Property inspector.


If you select frame 1 of the Actions layer and open the Actions panel, you will notice the following code, which will be responsible for detecting and responding to the CLICK event:
//Event Listerner
button1.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK,Clicked)
//Event Handler
function Clicked(Evt:MouseEvent)
{
trace("Button1 Clicked");
}

The first two lines of code demonstrate what is needed for the invocation of the event listener.The second parameter in the addEventListener() method is the name of a function that
will execute when the event is detected, in this case Clicked().
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Monday, July 25, 2011

An intresting Jquery application and you can download and modify

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Click the following link
http://www.dhteumeuleu.com/runscript.php?scr=rotate3D.html
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How to play a internal sound file in action script 3.0

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1. First create a flash file named Mysound.fla
2. Impor sound into library. File -Import-Import to Library





4. Select the file you want to play. the selected file go to the Library window.
5.Then right click the sound file you want to play you can see the "Linkage ". Select the Linkage a window will open.

6.Give the class name to "mysound".
7. Tick  the Export  for Action Script then Click Ok button.



7.The flash give a warning window. It will create a class for sound file. Then clik ok.

8.Click the top frame. and Press F9 for the action script window.


9. Then type the following code.
var _mysound:mysound=new mysound();
var _channel:SoundChannel=new SoundChannel();
_channel=_mysound.play();

10.Then press the " Ctrl+Enter".The sound file will play.
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Monday, July 18, 2011

You want to load and playback progressive download Flash video.

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The following code constructs a NetConnection object and initializes it for use with progressive download video.This code comes under the flash.net.Netconnection.
var videoConnection:NetConnection = new NetConnection( );
videoConnection.connect(null);
This code constructs a NetStream object
var videoStream:NetStream = new NetStream(videoConnection);
This code constructs a new Video object and then adds it to the display list:
var video:Video = new Video( );
addChild(video);
You can associate a NetStream object with a Video object by using the Video object's attachNetStream( ) method, passing a reference to the NetStream object as a parameter to the method:
video.attachNetStream(videoStream);
The NetStream class defines a play( ) method that loads and starts the Flash video playback. The parameter can be a relative or absolute URL.
videoStream.play("example.flv");
or
videoStream.play("http://www.mysite.com/example.flv");
The full code is :
var videoConnection:NetConnection = new NetConnection( );
videoConnection.connect(null);
var videoStream:NetStream = new NetStream(videoConnection);
var video:Video = new Video( );
addChild(video);
video.attachNetStream(videoStream);
videoStream.play("example.flv");

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Jquery simple slide panel for designers

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I think you have probably seen lots of slide panel in websites. where you click on the link it will slide up/down. Many sites it use as menu and some other links.
when you click on the element "slide" it will slideToggle Up/down the element
and then also toggle the css "actv" to the id="slide". The "actv" CSS toggle the background position of the down arrow in css.The code of jquery is give below.

$(document).ready(function(){

$("#slide").click(function(){

$("#display").slideToggle("slow");
$(this).toggleClass("actv");


});


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Saturday, July 16, 2011

You want to store information in memmory using flash sharedObject

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Local shared Objecct are to Flash what cookies are to web browsers but more so. some developers because they allow you to store large amounts of data and store and retrieve.This is mainly using for saving "username" and "Passwords".

var example:SharedObject = SharedObject.getLocal( "example" );
The static getLocal( )in shared object are both created and opened for reading.
You want to add data to a SharedObject use the following code.
// Store a username value to the example shared object.
example.data.username = "myname";

You can store several datatypes to the shared object's data property, as follows.
example.data.exampleArray = new Array( "a", "b", "c" );
example.data.exampleDate = new Date();
example.data.exampleObject = { key1: "example", key2: -12, key3: null };
You want to save data in a Shared Object to the client computer.
var flushResult:String = example.flush( );

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How to load an external image using action script 3.0

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This is tutorial will help you to how to load an external Image using action script 3.
1. First create a flash document and save Sample.fla.
2. Go to the first frame then type the following code
var img_load:Loader = new Loader();
img_load.load(new URLRequest("myPhoto.jpg"));
addChild(img_load);
3.The "myPhoto" is a image stored where you are saving your flash file.
4.Press "Ctrl+Enter" See the result.


I think this will help you..
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Flash to HTML 5- Google Swiffy convert SWF files to HTML 5

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Google launched a new web related tool Google Swiffy.This will help to convert basic flash swf file into HTML 5. This help to create a flash ads and basic action script interactions.The main attraction is to useres on devices that don`t support flash(flash player), like iPad.You can easy upload the flash file and it will convert into HTML 5. The disadvantages are it is only support Chrome and Safari browsers.Swiffy only convert actionscript 2.0 created swf files.It will not convert videos and complex flash animations and games.It will only support only swf 8.Click the following link it will redirect you to that link.

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

CSS Lint the site for checking css problems and Syntax

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CSS Lint help yout to point out problems of your CSS code. It will check the basic syntax and applying a set of rules to the code . Using of this rules you can easily write your own or omit ones you don't want. Click theis link you redirect that site. And also you can download the source code of this programm and use it with out web

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Friday, June 17, 2011

Google new search by image and voice search

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Monday, June 6, 2011

How to add your site to google its very easy

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Please click the following link it will redirect you to google addurl window
http://www.google.com/addurl/?continue=/addurl after click this link it will display the following..


Please enter your full URL, including the http:// prefix. For example: http://www.libin.co.in/. You can also add comments or keywords that describe the content of your web page. These are cannot affect how your page is indexed or used by Google.
I think this is help you..
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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Create a cutom check boxes and Radio Button

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I think so many web designers are currently using the default style of radio  buttons and check boex. when browsing i found one site creating  custom styles for radio button and check boxes. A few lines of css and Java Script is used for it.This is mainly working using images created by the user. They using the "background-position" for the style of radio button and images.Please click the image listed below it will redirect to the site.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Free font for web 2.0 sites (free to download)

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Click the image it will redirect to download font

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Friday, April 1, 2011

create grid using css free download

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You can create a grid using css. Its easy to download and and use.please click the below image.
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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Different Types of free Textures for web designs

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Please click the image you will get a different beautiful free texture for websites.


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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Heavenly glow using... photoshop easy Steps

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Heavenly glow using....Photoshop...



1. Open image in photoshop


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2. Create a copy of background layer.

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3.Select the new Layer that is copy of the background then goto Image > Adjustments >Threshold

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4.Give Threshold adjust...to 97 or what you want..

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5.Select the background copy layer and  change to "Normal" to "Overlay".

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6.Then Goto Filter > Blur >Gaussion Blur....

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7.Give the Gaussion blur to the image .


8.Adjust the Opacity of the layer....

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9.Give the final touch in photoshop give the heavenly glow to the image..
I think this easy steps will help you !
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