ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) is back at it again, this time targeting the Creative Commons licensing schemes. Another example of one medium trying to impose their will on another.
Sometimes you’ll want to make your text look like it was written with a marker on real paper (or some other surface), and the fonts that look like handwriting are not accurate enough for you. Fortunately, Photoshop has a few tools that will help give your text a nice, somewhat distressed inky effect for a realistic ‘marker’ effect.
The MySQL fulltext search feature allows you to index your database and make the text fully searchable. If you want to index character counts less than 4, you will need to adjust your MySQL configuration.
In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to make a Yahoo!™ type smiley figure. Each step is accompanied by a screenshot, so jump in and start creating your own Photoshop style smiley characters. Feel free to manipulate the smileys here as needed to complete the lesson.
I was browsing some articles a few days ago, when I came across yet another blog post concerning the process of choosing a CMS. In particular, a Wordpress powered web blog, was addressing the advantages of using Wordpress over Joomla!