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23 April 2006

UK Photographers Rights -

"I'm pleased to announce the launch of the UK Photographers Rights PDF. This is intended to provide a short UK guide to the main legal restrictions on the right to take photographs and the right to publish photographs that have been taken."

The Photographer's Right - A Downloadable Flyer

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"The Photographer's Right - A Downloadable Flyer Your Rights When You Are Stopped or Confronted for Photography" US centric, but still very handy.

21 April 2006

............ eendar .............

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Beautiful vector and bitmap artwork by Monica.

16 April 2006

IPSBeyond (Powered by Invision Power Board)

Official support and resource forums for Invision Power Board.

13 April 2006


More resources for Invision Power Board. - Completing your community!

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Lots of free graphics and resources for Invision Power Board.

10 April 2006

Mini Pixel Icons - Free

by 43 others
"These mini icons are designed at 14x14px with transparent background. They are specially designed for header or side navigation buttons."

PhotoShop Massive List Of Plugins, Filters, Brushes, Actions & Gradients - TutorialTomb Forums

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"It's amazing as to the amount of time and effort that people put into making plug-ins, filters, actions, brushes and such and then make them available to whomever wants them at no cost. All of the following are the "best of the best" and each one has received the highest rating from Adobe, and they are all free. I do not think that there are many items out there, that you have to pay for, that are better than the following... "

dinpattern - 2005 begin.

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Gorgeous free background patterns for websites (or desktops)!

07 April 2006

05 April 2006

Health Problems Related to the Geek Lifestyle » Carotids.Com

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"4 Poor Attention Span I am always amazed at the number of people that mention to me that their attention span is poor. Frequently they will wonder if they have ADD. Sometimes they will even complain about the inability to stay awake during long meetings or stay focuses on non-computer tasks." The bit about the attention span was very interesting to me - that describes me exactly. I find it hard to concentrate or keep my attention to non-multi tasking things and a lot of non-computer things - glad to read it's nothing serious!

Powazek: Just a Thought: Death to User-Generated Content

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"Can I make a suggestion? Let's all stop using the phrase "user-generated content." I'm serious. It's a despicable, terrible term. Let's deconstruct it."

04 April 2006 » pattern4u

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"Welcome to one of the biggest Background-Pattern Ressource Site in the WorldWideWeb. There are currently 248 Background-Patterns in our Gallery. Help us to let this collection grow and submit a Pattern by using the Submission-Form on the left."

CssDev by Andy Peatling » Creating a Dynamic Navigation Menu

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"The menu is just a simple unordered list with the ID set as “menu”. Each sub-level of the menu is another unordered list within the parents list item. You can create as many levels as your heart desires, as the javascript we’ll write in the next step can handle this." Very nice multi-level CSS menu!

Mini Slide Navigation | Sandbox | Stephen Clark (

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"So I was recently playing around with a couple of navigation treatments that I've seen - Simplebits' MiniTabs and SlayerOffice's Focus Slide. And I came up with a navigation "mash-up" of the two. I'm calling it the Mini-Slide Navigation (my blog post permalink...leave comments here)." Nice menu!

CSS tricks for custom bullets, Page 1 | Macworld: Secrets

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"Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give Web developers precise control over a page’s typography and layout. One secret weapon of CSS-based designs is the background property, which adds images and color to the background of any element on a Web page. It opens up a creative toolbox for styling links, bulleted lists, and more. Unlike HTML, which automatically tiles background images horizontally and vertically—sometimes resulting in a frightening pattern—CSS gives designers precise control over the placement and tiling of background images. For example, you can choose to have a graphic appear only once, tile vertically, or stay put on screen even when the viewer scrolls through the page."

02 April 2006

Typography for Headlines | Smiley Cat Web Design

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Great for inspiration on how to style those H1 and H2 tags!

31 March 2006

Inside the Marketing Mind | Marketing and self promotion ideas and tips: The potent power of proposals

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"For a lot of folks, writing a proposal is often wrought with angst. Where to start? What to include? Don’t sweat it. You’ve come to the right place. I’m going to walk you through the process so you’ll be whipping out potent proposals that close the big deals."

Accessible CSS Forms: Using CSS to Create a Two-Column Layout - replace tables with css layout form tutorial

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"Websites have become less accessible and more complex over time according to recent studies. Learn how to buck the trend by creating fast, accessible CSS forms that work with modern browsers and gracefully degrade."

30 March 2006

CSS Tweak ~ Web Based CSS Tweaker!

by 19 others
Great-looking site to help optimize your stylesheet!

29 March 2006 » Variable Fixed-Width Layout

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"After messing with’s JS for a while I figured out just what I was looking for. A variable fixed-width layout. The specifications included A handle on a track which could be dragged by the user to shrink or expand the layout width. A minimum and maximum layout width. A way to remember the user’s settings last time they were here so they didn’t have to keep on changing the width. A non-breaking layout." Interesting idea!

Digital Web Magazine - Preparing for Widescreen

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"I’ve created a hybrid using JavaScript and CSS, keeping a static main design yet also offering additional content without scrolling for widescreen users. This allows graphic designers to work within a fixed space for maximum control, but also utilizes the entirety of the viewable monitor space."

Alexander Sperl / Dorky Design > Tutorials > XHTML/CSS > Hierarchical Sitemap with Dashed Lines

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"This tutorial will use a nested unordered list with two levels to create a hierarchical structure where dashed lines will show the dependencies. This could be used a sitemap or visualize a directory."


How much do I love thius forum! As a figure skating fan, it is totally awesome to be able to download all my favorite programs, plus they have lots of clips available from shows that are never broadcast here. *rejoices*

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