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News about our Forums

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HDR Photoshop Effect Tutorial

This HDR Photoshop tutorial shows quite easy way to fake HDR photos in Photoshop. You don’t need to shoot into RAW or take multiple photos – one JPEG file is enough. HDR Photoshop effect gives a cool painterly style to your photos. The most important is first step, it is a base of HDR Photoshop effect. Use command image > adjustment > shadow/highlight and set up values: shadows amount: 50%, tonal width 45%, radius 41 px; High-light amount 83%, tonal width 76%, radius 1120px; Duplicate layer “base” and set up its...

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Blog vs Forum

Blog vs Forum

Here are some relevant questions to all of our clients because forums and blogs can provide value to a static site or ecommerce site. I answered Chris’ question and thought I’d expand on it a bit for a brief article. First, a rundown comparing the pros and cons of blog versus forum: Blog Forum Pros Content tends to be more organized. Content can be built to be more targeted for search. Content can be syndicated easily. There can be much more content because users are contributing content. Since there is more user...

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innerHTML

innerHTML is only simple for the CLIENT side of a web app From a client-side point of view, innerHTML is pretty simple to use. You just get an XHTML response from the server, and drop it into a web page with an element’s innerHTML property. function displayDetails() { if (request.readyState == 4) { if (request.status == 200) { detailDiv = document.getElementById(“description”); detailDiv.innerHTML = request.responseText; } } } The problem is that the server has to do a lot of extra work. Not only does the server have to get the...

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XML requests and responses

How will you describe yourself in 10 years? How about 20?_ Sometimes you need data that can change with your needs… or the needs of your customers. Data you’re using now might need to change in a few hours, or a few days, or a few months. With XML, the extensible markup language, your data can describe itself. That means your scripts won’t be filled with ifs, elses, and switches. Instead, you can use the descriptions that XML provides about itself to figure out how to use the data the XML contains. The result: more flexibility and...

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