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Many designers use various techniques for linking images on a website, and making those images change upon hover. From image maps, to slicing each image individually – the page load time and usability of these techniques aren’t as optimal as using CSS image sprites. Here is a quick way to create a functional and user-friendly set of links that load much more quickly!
(+ Click photo to enlarge) I was looking at Alt’s speaker page last night and I noticed that the photos lightened when my mouse rolled over them. I assumed that the effect was accomplished with old school rollover techniques (switching multiple images or css sprites).
A rollover image is an image that changes to some other image when you or your customer rolls the mouse over it.
A few weeks ago, I posted about my new button and promised I would give easy directions on how to make your own button, so here ya go! 1. Create your button picture: Begin with a picture or your logo, no larger than 150 pixels wide. Why 150 pixels? Most sidebars are only 200 pixels wide, so any larger and your button will be cut off on one or both sides.
Whether you’re designing an artistic website or searching for images to post on your blog, sites that carry not only free but awesome stock photos may very well come in handy. Utilizing the correct set of photos for any project is key, especially if you’re designing an ad for a client, you should always put in your best effort as well as the best images you can find fit for the job. Many of the designers I’ve come across like to download most of their images from 2-3 of the largest sites containing stock photos, however as creative artists I believe we should play the mix and match game that allows us to choose from wide variety of stock images instead of the same “old” set of photos we may be fond of. Giving a project that requires stock images your best should include photos that are not only sharp, but clear as well. Here we’ll have the pleasure to visit a few awesome (25 to be exact) sites that’ll provide all the needed images to fuel any project, job, or site requiring stock photos.
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few days ago, face book surprised us by launching a lot of social plugins, one of them, actually the most popular one yet is the famous like button, In this tutorial you’ll learn how to add it to your blogger blog. and you’ll learn how to customize change the verb, like or recommend. change it’s color. change it’s font. Step 1. adding it to your template.
This tutorial was requested by Nadia at Cupcake Couture . She wanted to know how to add an image-based navigation bar to Blogger . I go through the steps you need in the screencast after the jump. I want to take a moment to thank Kate and Allen Coté . I mentioned on Twitter a few weeks ago that I was looking for some new music for my screencasts. I’ve exhausted all the lovely Annette Hanshaw music in the public domain and I was ready for new tunes.