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Classic Artwork in Photoshop

Netherlands-based photographer Peter Kemp has recently turned his attention to creating colorful and reminiscent visual stories with a vintage and romantic atmosphere, blending together the styles of old paintings with modern-day techniques. In order to finish his images, he uses CS4 with his Wacom graphic tablet, applying the Dodge and Burn Tool as his favorite […]

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Analyse Executable Files For Malware Using Ruby

We haven’t featured a Ruby-related tutorial for quite a while now so here’s a nice, simple but nonetheless useful snippet of Ruby code from Keiran Smith that is definitely worth sharing with the rest of you here at BlogFreakz. It’s a script that analyses executable files for malware and displays system calls. #!/usr/bin/env ruby # […]

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Creating An HTML5 3D Cube Slideshow

Today’s tutorial I’ll be featuring is from Andrew of Script Tutorials. It’s an animated 3D Cube slideshow which makes the cube rotates continuously. Below are the codes to follow: HTML Index.html <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang=”en” > <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″ /> <title>HTML5 3D Cube Slideshow | Script Tutorials</title> <link href=”css/main.css” rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” /> <script src=”js/script.js”></script> </head> […]

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Should You Quit Your Day Job for a Life of Blogging? [Guest Post]

Sure, working from home is the ultimate goal for many people. The idea of sleeping in until noon and never leaving the comfort of your pajamas but still getting paid is rather appealing, right? However, you’re not going to get paid for wearing pajamas. You’re going to get paid for doing some form of work […]

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How To Change The User Notification Email Address For WordPress

Whenever WordPress’ email notification sends out an email it uses a default name to identify itself as the sender: WordPress. But as Craig Grella pointed out in his article in WPMU.org, this can lead to two potential problems: There is a higher likelihood cloaked emails will end up in the new user’s spam folder, resulting […]

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Creating Slopy Elements with CSS3

Web development guru Manoela Ilic shares a cool CSS3 tutorial on creating slopy, skewed elements for your design. It’s inspired by different designs that use angled shapes, diagonal lines and other non-straight elements. Sample 1: section> <div> <article> <h3>Some headline</h3> <p>Some text</p> </article> </div> <div> <!– … –> </div> <!– … –> </section> Style CSS […]

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Straightening Verticals Using Adpative Wide Angle Filter in Photoshop CS6

Photoshop CS6’s Adaptive Wide Angle Filter is one of the new features that photographers will love, where the filter aligns and straightens out specific lines in the image. In the previous version, it wasn’t possible to fix images without creating unnecessary distortion in the photo content. But now you can constrain the line to be […]

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Simple Modal Plugin

Simple Modal is a lightweight jQuery plugin that gives you flexibility to build any ideas that you envision. Created by Eric Martin, it also gives you a powerful interface for modal dialog development. Styling #simplemodal-container a.modalCloseImg { background:url(/img/x.png) no-repeat; /* adjust url as required */ width:25px; height:29px; display:inline; z-index:3200; position:absolute; top:-15px; right:-18px; cursor:pointer; } For […]

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How To Display Your Tags In A Dropdown List Menu In WordPress

What’s great about a dropdown list interface is that it saves your site some real estate. It frees up some space on the layout for you to put in other contents and features. WordPress’ default category widget is displayed as such but unfortunately the same cannot be said about the tags list. Good thing there’s […]

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Creating Bokeh Effect Using Photoshop

In this tutorial you will learn to create an awesome bokeh effect using Photoshop. Basically the Brush Tool (B) is what you need in order to create this beautifully ethereal effect, and it is very easy to do. These are the tools you will need to create  your custom brush: Ellipse Tool Field Blur Gaussian […]

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