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Photo to Comic Cartoon Effect #GIMP Hey guys! I just learned another cool effect and you can try it too! If you want to turn your picture into something like a comic cartoon, then this is the tutorial for you. Tips in choosing an image to work on: choose something that is bright, pictures taken outside would be a better choice, and if you will be working on an image of a person make sure that the face itself has no shaded part. Let’s start! Open your photo and name the layer “original”. Canonical link element A canonical link element is an HTML element that helps webmasters prevent duplicate content issues by specifying the "canonical" or "preferred" version of a web page[1][2] as part of search engine optimization. It is described in RFC 6596, which went live in April 2012. Duplicate content issues occur when the same content is accessible from multiple URLs.[3] For example, would be considered by search engines to be an entirely different page from even though both URLs return the same content. Another example is essentially the same (tabular) content, but sorted differently.

Learn How to Create a Cartoon in GIMP 2.6.11 - ARCHIVED Creating a Cartoon in GIMP Open your image. The first step in showing you how to create a cartoon in GIMP requires that you load your image into the program. Stupid Photoshop Tricks: Create An Optical Illusion Double Portrait Because there’s not enough ways to mess with people’s heads in Photoshop, here’s how to recreate this bizarre double portrait seen around the internet, showing the side and front of a face at the same time. It was a “how’d they do that” moment when we saw the image. And with a few tries, it was deconstructed, and ready for HTG readers to try. With Photoshop (or GIMP) and a few pictures of yourself or your friends, you can be making weird pictures that make people uncomfortable in no time.

A Collection Of High Quality Free Medical Icons We continue to showcase freebies in our blog.In today’s post we have gathered free medial icons for you.These icons can be used in all health related websites like hospital websites or in touch screen application menus.You can find all kinds of medical icons in the below icon sets. Mix Collection Of Free Icons For Almost Every Kind of Design ProjectCollection of High Quality and Free Music Icon PacksUltimate Collection of Free Wooden Icons for Web Designers and Developers Medical Tools TinyMCE, jQuery and Ajax forms Even thought this really seems easy, I believe there's stuff missing. I'm trying to make jquery and TinyMCE works together in ajax mode (silent submit and reload), but I really can't get anything working... some help would be appreciated. romain May 16, 2008 #1 "tinyMCE.triggerSave();" was all it took. I just wish I read your entry 4 hours earlier :) would have saved the headache. Mark L.

Getting Started - Google Maps JavaScript API v3 Audience This documentation is designed for people familiar with JavaScript programming and object-oriented programming concepts. You should also be familiar with Google Maps from a user's point of view. There are many JavaScript tutorials available on the Web.

Search engine indexing Popular engines focus on the full-text indexing of online, natural language documents.[1] Media types such as video and audio[2] and graphics[3] are also searchable. Meta search engines reuse the indices of other services and do not store a local index, whereas cache-based search engines permanently store the index along with the corpus. Unlike full-text indices, partial-text services restrict the depth indexed to reduce index size.