HUNGRY, Giveaway and Your ART! I am SOOOOOOO HUNGRY right now. I'm sure you will all be able to guess why. Anyways, so last journal I presented a points giveaway to you all. The rules were you had to fav the journal, watch me and comment a link to your art you wanted to be featured. If you did not do ALL three of these things then you did not qualify to win. There was going to be 5 winners but there was only 6 people who completed the requirements to win so to be nice, I'm giving all 6 people who entered prizes YAY! The prize is 400 points! Each one of them gets 400 points. If you didn't get points it's because you didn't do all the steps to be entered. Sorry.More Like This
The winners are.... These people! Congrats!
3 Cool Tips and Tricks3 Cool Tips and TricksMore Like This
@ Deviant Links
@ Deviant Links
When you want to link to another deviant, the old method described in FAQ #81 is to use the code :devdeviant:. DeviantART quietly rolled out a new twitter-style deviant linking method: just put the @ symbol before the deviant name and you've got a snazzy link. Awesome! Know it. Use it. elee0228 compels you. See? I just used it right there.
Combined with the totally awesome new mention feature (beta), it's going to really encourage interaction on the site. It looks like right now that it just searches for the @ symbol anywhere, so words that use @ in the middle, like idolmaster, get screwed up. E-mail addresses work ok though.
Basic CSS Style GuideIntroductionMore Like This
CSS is a style language used to define the style and formatting of web pages. It is used in conjunction with HTML.
If we think of HTML as the building blocks of the web then, essentially, CSS is the painter and decorator. Very simply, HTML defines the structure of the page and CSS defines the style.
What I'll be helping you with here is getting to grips with the basics of CSS. I'll be explaining how use CSS as well as providing a number of examples that you can use to style your own web pages and journals. All you need to do is copy/paste the code and replace the sample text with your own content. Along with the quick reference I've also written a brief glossary of terms and provided a list of useful links in case you wish to do some further reading.
A point of note is that while the information and examples I've given here apply to CSS use anywhere on the web, this guide itself is geared towards the use of CSS on deviantART. As such, and given that this h