Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Make some confetti for your image.
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We’ll create the shape of our confetti, adjust color at the slide of a knob, and even control how much it scatters in a few quick and easy steps. Prepare to start confetti-tizing all of your digital celebration themed work from here on out...
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: How to create a confetti decorated text effect.
This tutorial will explain how to use the Opacity texture map to create a ribbon-wrapped 3D text effect in Photoshop CS5 environment. Then, it will explain how to create the confetti brush and its layer styles.
Arguably one of the best parts of Foundation is the grid system. This system is the backbone of Foundation’s responsive design and gives you the flexibility to build anything from a simple two-column layout to a multi-level deep, intricate behemoth. The grid is based on a responsive float system, with rows, columns, offsets, clearing (the standard elements you see across several frameworks). It’s worked great and overall is a great way to get up and running quickly with your designs, catering to the various device sizes and adapting your UI accordingly.
In this article I will explain with an example, how to populate (bind) Repeater control using Stored Procedure in ASP.Net using C# and VB.Net. Repeater will be populated using Stored Procedure in SQL Server database and will be displayed as HTML table on the page.
Pin all kinds of specific app content to Windows 10's Start menu, not just an app's home screen. You haven’t customized the bejesus out of Windows 10’s Start menu unless you’ve done deep linking. Sure, you’ve rearranged the left side of Windows 10’s Start menu, gotten your tiles just the way you like them on the right, and even added some website shortcuts to the mix. But with deep linking you can pin specific pages from within a Windows Store app to your Start menu.
We all have a few large chunks of text we have to type regularly–like your address, long names or phrases, or even tables and images you use often. The AutoText feature in Word allows you to store these chunks of text and quickly insert them with a few keystrokes, so you can waste less time typing. The AutoText feature has been part of Office for a long time, but is now part of Quick Parts, which was added to Office 2007. In addition to AutoText entries, the Quick Parts feature allows you to insert document properties (such as title and author) and fields (such as dates and page numbers).