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  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    17 Amazing Inspirational Typography VideosThumbnail
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    I don't know about you guys, but here at Aetuts+ we think typography is sexy. So sexy it turns us on! Great typography comes in all shapes and flavors and for this week's roundup Topher gathered some amazing typography pieces that ranges from grungy to stop motion to found typography in nature.Read More…
  • Code
    How to Build a Super Duper News Scroller200x200
    This week, we'll learn how to combine PHP, SimplePie, and jQuery to build a simple news scroller widget for your website. It's much easier than you might think; so let's begin. Read More…
  • Code
    How to Add Variables to Your CSS FilesCss3
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    Let's try something different on nettuts+ today. Any designer who has worked with large CSS files will agree that its major weakness is its inability to use variables. In this article, we will learn how to implement variables by using PHP and Apache's URL rewrite mod.Read More…
  • Code
    Asynchronous Search With PHP and jQueryCode
    In this tutorial we’re going to be creating a widget for our web pages which allows visitors to search the contents of our site. We’ll be using jQuery to pass the search term to the back-end, and to receive and display the results. We’ll be using PHP to search for the term in a local site and then return any matching URLs back to the page as a JSON object. Part 2 shows how to search a database of a content management system (CMS).Read More…
  • Code
    10 Challenging but Awesome Flash TechniquesFlash prev
    These days, most Flash developers know how to circumvent the multimedia platform's short-comings and properly utilize its strengths. Here are some very clever Flash techniques that you can apply to your site, making them more useful, beautiful and unique.Read More…
  • Code
    jQuery Lightbox200x200
    Cost: Free, links backFound Via: http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/projects/prettyPhoto-jquery-lightbox-clone/ Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    How to Use Content-Aware-Scaling in Photoshop CS4Preview
    The latest version of Photoshop CS4 offers a variety of new features that save time and work. One of them is the newly added Content-Aware-Scaling feature, which automatically preserves important areas like people, buildings, objects, as you resize your images. It saves you a lot of time, since there’s no time-consuming cropping and retouching required anymore. How and why you should use this? That’s what we’ll cover in this tutorial!Read More…
  • Code
    Javascript and the DOM: Lesson 2200x200
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    Hello and welcome back to the "JavaScript and the DOM" series. Last time we covered some JavaScript basics and we touched on various aspects of the Document Object Model, including how to access nodes and traverse through the DOM. Today we'll be covering how to manipulate elements within the DOM and we'll be discussing the browser event model.Read More…
  • Music & Audio
    Use Impulse Response to Make Logic's Guitar Amp Pro Sound GreatThumb
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    In this tutorial we will be looking into getting a little bit more out of Logic Pro's Guitar Amp Pro plugin. We are going to bypass Guitar Amp Pro's speaker cabinet and then load an impulse response (IR) for a different cabinet using Space Designer. If you've ever wondered what a Marshall amp and a Mesa Boogie cabinet recorded using a C414 in a great room sounds like, you're in luck.Read More…
  • Music & Audio
    Tuts+ is Now Print-tastic!200 upgrade
    Those of you who like to follow tutorials on paper while you use your DAW will be pleasantly surprised today: we've added a print stylesheet to the Tuts+ theme. This means that if you navigate to a tutorial and click File > Print in your browser menu-bar the final product will be free of all the extra stuff (sidebars, comments, and so on). We hope you enjoy the new feature and encourage you to try it out!Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Tuts+ is Now Print-tastic!200 upgrade
    Those of you who like to follow tutorials on paper while you use Photoshop will be pleasantly surprised today: we've added a print stylesheet to the Tuts+ theme. This means that if you navigate to a tutorial and click File > Print in your browser menu-bar the final product will be free of all the extra stuff (sidebars, comments, and so on). We hope you enjoy the new feature and encourage you to try it out!Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Creating a Touching Story Scene in Photoshop - Screencast019 story scene
    "I worked on this illustration especially for you with Ciursa Ionut, he is the founder of PSDBURN where he writes Photoshop tutorials. He started working in Photoshop many years ago when he began to utilize this great tool all the time. In this tutorial, you are going to create a story scene using photo manipulation and a lot of color adjustments." Constantin PotoracRead More…