Create an Animated GIF in Photoshop To create an animated GIF in Photoshop, you first of all need to import the photos into a single file, or open a .psd file with the images you want to use in the file. Note that a number of new layers have been created in the Layers panel. These individual layers will become the frames of the animated GIF. Using Video Frames for a … [Read more...]
Google AdWords + Landing Pages = Your Targeted Campaign
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Tracking Pixels A snippet of code is written and placed on a page within an <img> tag. The browser sees the tag and makes a request from the user's browser to the server, along with parameters such as an amount of items purchased or other data to identify the user's action. The request passes the user's domain-specific cookie id just as with any HTTP request. The server … [Read more...]
Understand - logical layout is paramount to the best SEO SEO Content - Text Structure Any content being displayed on the web today should be structured in a logical order. How you approach any topic and the style you use is up to you, but laying the groundwork is important. Lists are understood quite well by browsers and help them index your thoughts. Understanding how to … [Read more...]
The Agile Manifesto for Software Development. In February 2001, 17 software developers met at the Snowbird resort in Utah to discuss lightweight development methods. They published the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, in which they shared that through their combined experience of developing software and helping others to do it they had come to value: Agile can be … [Read more...]
It's All Relative The viewport you view pages on comes in many sizes. The viewport is not the page. You have to scroll inside the viewport to see the entire page. Setting up the clear difference is going to help understand how background images work. HTML5 CSS3 Background Positions Top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right and center center can apply to a div, or to the … [Read more...]