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How to Create CSS3 Borders – CSS3 Handy Techniques

In this helping and creative technique based article where we are using CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets), these are useful methods which we can use in website development, in this modern web development era we should get control on these kind of advanced development tricks. I think this is not last end of sharing basic tips and tricks of css3, we’re preparing more tricky posts for you near future, please share your user experience for motivation. Continue reading

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Using HTML5 Geolocation API with Google, Bing and Nokia Maps

HTML5 Geolocation API allows users to share their location with web applications by capturing the approximate longitude and latitude coordinates of the user with their permission. Continue reading

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Topaz Adjust 5.0.0

Topaz Adjust – Redefining Creative Exposure for Photoshop. “Creative exposure” takes on a whole new meaning with the new Topaz Adjust image manipulation plug-in for Adobe Photoshop. Continue reading

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Vertus Fluid Mask 3.2.3 Build 8537 and Videotutorials

Vertus Fluid Mask 3.2.3 Build 8537 and Videotutorials | 140 Mb Vertus Fluid Mask is a half-automated tool to cut out a layer objects selected by the user. Works is pretty simple: first layer is analyzed, and the program allocates it all clear and fuzzy boundaries, which is at the stage of image analysis (previously required to press a special button, now everything is done automatically when you open the image), the program works, turning himself completely and loading Photoshop own interface. Continue reading

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How To Create Repeating Texture & Pattern Images

Repeating background images are safest method of styling up your website background other than a plain old CSS background color. Websites are viewed in all types and sizes of browser these days, so a repeating background ensures the whole of the user’s screen will be filled with your design, unlike a static image that can often end up being cropped off or lost in a sea of flat colour. Continue reading

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