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I'll show you this lovely little trinket called IFrames. It enables users to load a whole new page - html, php, etc. - within or embedded in an already opened page.
This is a quick, and quite simple tutorial. Now its not html, it uses Javascript. What it does is lets you customize what it says in the status bar usually at the bottom left of your browser. Right now in your browser it should say 'Infinite Designs.org ....'. Here's how to make it do that...
Ever wonder how to get your table border as thin as 1px but when you se border="1" and it looks like 2 or 3 px wide? Well here's how. First within the table tag we will add a CSS code (Cascading Style Sheet). To do this we add style=" " parameter...
1. Create a new 400x400 pixel document with a resolution of 100 and name it Crystal. Now press D and fill the document (with Black). Now create a new layer, then select the polygonal lasso tool and create a shape similar to one in the picture to the right...
1. Create a new 300x 300 pixel document with a resolution of 100 and name it Curves. Now press D and fill the document (with Black). Show channels and create a new channel. Press X then use the rectangular marquee tool and make selections similar to mine on the right. Then fill them with white...
1. Create a new 165x165 pixel document with a resolution of 100 and name it Mini-Techno. Now press D then X and fill the document (with White). Now apply a noise filter with settings [Amount: 300%, Distribution: Gaussion, Monochromatic: Checked]...
1. Create a new 300x300 height. document and name it Solar Wind. Now press D and fill the document (with Black). Then, create a new layer, name it 'pipe'. Select the rectangular marquee tool and make a rectangular selection (like a pipe) in the middle of your canvas...
Create a new 300x300 pixel document with a resolution of 100 and name it Solar Wind. Now press D and fill the document (with Black). Next, create a horizontal type mask, press X and then fill (with white), all of this on the one layer...
Create a new 165x165 pixel document with a background contents of 'transparent', and name it Glow Waves. Now press D and then X. Now white should appear as the foreground color, however we want the foreground color to be gray...
Create a new 165x165 pixel document and name it Ice Text. Now press D then X and fill the document with white. Then create a new layer, name it 'text', and select the horizontal type mask. Click on the document and write the letters you please...