Jonas Rask Design has created a set of beautiful 32 x 32 px toolbar icons. He has decided to release these free for developers and private individuals alike. You can use them in your applications, in your toolbar, on your website. It’s entirely up to you. A credit or backlink is not required but appreciated. Package includes ICNS,PNG, TIFF, Mac Icons and Pixadex iContainer versions.
When Adobe acquired Macromedia, they re-branded the popular Macromedia Breeze service (for screen sharing and web conferencing) as Acrobat Connect.
The next version of Acrobat Connect is code named Adobe BRIO – the interface is now very different from Macromedia Breeze and other good news is that Adobe Brio is completely free during the beta phase.
Firefox: 1.5 – 3.0a1
This is the first of a series of Adobe Photoshop tutorials I’m going to offer on how to create a logo in “Web 2.0″ style.
When it comes to your website, extra attention should be paid to every minute detail to make sure it performs optimally to serve its purpose. Here are seven important rules of thumb to observe to make sure your website performs well.
1) Do not use splash pages
Splash pages are the first pages you see when you arrive at a website. They normally have a very beautiful image with words like “welcome” or “click here to enter”. In fact, they are just that — pretty vases with no real purpose. Do not let your visitors have a reason to click on the “back” button! Give them the value of your site up front without the splash page.
2) Do not use excessive banner advertisements
In-line styles are plonked straight into the HTML tags using the style attribute.
They look something like this:
Save the HTML file. This now links to the CSS file, which is empty at the moment, so won’t change a thing. As you work your way through the CSS Beginner Tutorial, you will be able to add to and change the CSS file and see the results by simply refreshing the browser window that has the HTML file in it, as we did before.