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How To Use FancyBox – Dreamweaver CS6 Tutorial

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FancyBox is an amazing jQuery plugin which you can use on your website for free (for the most part, read here to see if you should buy a license ( ) which offers great functionality and allows you to create image galleries in a snap. In addition you can display Google Maps, Youtube and Vimeo video content, SWFs, and much more! It’s a breeze to setup and a whole lot of fun to use. Check out this tutorial and learn how to setup these incredible galleries to get one on your site or your client’s website in the future!


May 10th Design Inspiration: Articles, Artwork, and Tutorials

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30 of the Best Character Design Tutorials for PS & AI 28 Fresh Free Fonts Inspiring Examples of Negative Space in Logos The Superhero Illustrations of Jeremy Roberts How To Create an 8-Bit Pixel Character in Illustrator 30 Web Designs Featuring Beautiful Scenes of Nature How to Create a Surreal Gothic Artwork in Photoshop Create


The Healing Brush – Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

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The Healing Brush, Spot Healing Brush, and Patch tool are are healing options that I use very much when retouching photographs. These tools are very much “touch and feel” tools that you really want to start using to figure out how best they work for you. There is no better set of tools in Photoshop for cleaning up spots and unwanted objects in a picture than this set of healing tools. Today we’re going to focus on the Healing Brush. We are using a photo of model and friend, Sarah Harley »

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30 Amazing HTML5 Tutorials & Resources

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Great brushes in Photoshop are an incredibly power set of tools that you can have at your disposal. I use brushes for adding watermarks, adding subtle textures, masking, retouching, painting, and more! Check out some great brush packs for Photoshop that I’ve listed below.

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CSS & CSS3 Full Screen Background Image – Dreamweaver CS6

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In the following tutorial we will look at two different, no-nonsense ways to quickly create a full screen background with CSS and CSS3. These two methods work in any of the “good” browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari) and I’ll give you details on Internet Explorer and what works there. Let’s get going!


Change Code Color Theme – Dreamweaver CS6

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Dreamweaver’s UI (User Interface) is uber customizable in most respects and this is the case even when it comes to the color of the code and background in “Code View”. We will take a look at implementing a beautiful dark color theme which will be easier on your eyes and just looks plain cool!