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Designer contest!
posted by demonike - 29th of november, 2010
Now that the euphoria around the 10M milestone has settled a bit, we want to bring you another little contest... just to keep you occupied ;) This one puts your creative photographer as well as photoshopper skills to the test. You... More...
Browsers - John Here - Why you need several browsers !
posted by knoxvillefm - 8th of april, 2010
You know a lot of people just use one browser. The bad thing about that is viruses hide in browsers. I use Opera, Explorer, Google Chrome, and a couple others. Why ? Not just to test web sites but if I am surfing to slow,... More...
Protecting images on your website by code.
posted by mani33 - 21st of august, 2009
As I mentioned in my previous blog that you have to make some editing on your downloaded images (and even the created ones) in order to prevent from illegal copy. Here I'm going to mention some tricks with the code, that could keep... More...
flash browser--a wonderful route
posted by pyfriend - 7th of may, 2009
Before I was alwayls confused on how to browse all the photos clearly, obviously and quickly,and at the same time, I do not need to hit the details of those photos or to put the thumb on those photos for some minutes. Now,... More...
Security warning for Opera users !
posted by rallek - 6th of march, 2009
Although most of us use Firefox or Internet Explorer there are some people using the Opera browser for their daily work. Enough for me to give a little advice. Regarding versions prior 9.64 Opera is prone to several vulnerabilities:... More...
Firefox 3 beta with ICC support
posted by 36clicks - 7th of february, 2008
Just to let you know: Firefox 3 (beta version available for testing) supports ICC profiles, so images will no longer look differently online than they do in photoshop. Download link: here More information on how to enable it:... More...
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