How to Create an Online Portfolio How To Create and Online PortfolioHow to Create an Online Portfolio5 years ago in Personal More Like This
Step 1: Find and Purchase a Domain Name
Step 2: Find and Purchase a Web Host
Step 3: Find and Download a FTP Client
Step 4: Find and Download a Website Template
A) Wordpress (If using Wordpress, you can skip Steps 1-3)
B) Gallery Menalto
C) Template Monster
Dynamic Flash Templates vs. Regular Flash Templates
Tips For Selecting a Template
[Bullet; Blue] Other Website Scripts
[Bullet; Blue] Conclusion
[Bullet; Blue] Step 1)
Find and purchase a domain name.
I suggest using GoDaddy.com --> http://www.godaddy.com
You can do a search for a domain name on their website to see if it's already
eOS theme gets even better with this panel trick.Hi,eOS theme gets even better with this panel trick.2 years ago in Personal More Like This
First, I want to say thank you to the people who've 'd me and 'd my work after the interview with OMG! Ubuntu! folks.
As you already know, I released the 1.2 version of my eOS theme a while ago. And while I was mostly satisfied with how close I got to my goal of a pixel-perfect Elementary OS clone, some things left undone due to limitations in GNOME Shell itself, or so I thought.
One of the things I wanted to do is to hide the panel's background while in Overview mode(Slingshot does it; Unity too). Leaving you with a uniform Overview. Apparently, the awesome devs behind GS have already implemented this feature; the default theme does not use it but it's there.
All you have to do is:
Targeting .in-overview will take care of the background and the addition of #panelActivities is optional.
The only thing left is to add a nice transition like s
Speedpaint Tips: Getting Started!In the interest of helping people who are new to speedpainting get started, and also in the interest of getting tips and tricks out in the open that might be helpful to even those who have done it a while, I'm opening this Journal entry up to the group to post your speedpainting techniques to share with the group!Speedpaint Tips: Getting Started!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Guidelines for posting (I believe this will help keep the thread readable to those coming in):
1) Give your technique a title
2) Provide a description with as much detail as is necessary to allow someone to try the technique and obtain some success with it
3) If possible, provide a link to examples that use this technique, and indicate how the technique was used
4) Please only include one tip per post
5) You may ABSOLUTELY respond to other people's posts, ask questions, and extend the tips! As this isn't a forum, please make sure you respond to the right posts when asking a question, or the original author might not see it! Questions should ONLY go under existing tips though.