It’s rather rare that I need to apply a sepia tone to any image, but every now and then I do have to. Many digital cameras offer this effect, but not always. So in the rare chance that you do need to create a sepia tone on an RGB image, here’s how to do it with Photoshop.
- Open the image in Photoshop.
- If the image is in color, go to Image > Adjust > Desaturate and skipt to step 4.
- If the image is in grayscale, go to Image > Mode > RGB Color.
- Go to Image > Adjust > Variations.
- Move the Fine <--> Course slider down one notch less than the middle.
- Click on More Yellow once.
- Click on More Red once.
- Click OK.
- Use the Save… button in the Variations dialog to save the sepia tone settings. The next time time you want to use it, just load the saved settings.
- Use Desaturate and experiment with Variations to apply ohter color tints to your photos.
Internet Explorer forces you to “Click to activate and use this control” when encountering items such as Flash, Java Applets, Media Players and other objects.
There are a number of ways to fix this issue, Google it. But if you’re lazy and want an answer here and now, you’re in luck.
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Not much to say here really, there’s a single, small script I use all the time. There’s nothing to add to the head of your document. All you need to do is add a tiny bit of script to your HREF tag like so:
Sometimes you need to password protect a directory and your only available option is using .htaccess. This comprehensive guide will show you how to do that as well as using .htaccess for other things such as preventing hot linking and blocking bots.
You can also prevent image hot linking with PHP and mod_rewrite.
Provides code for a good starting base at CSS navigation using List Items. (<li>)
There are many benefits to using CSS list item navigation menus that I won’t go into. I just highly suggest you use them if at all possible. The site won’t give you everything for all your needs, but as I said – it will give you a great starting point to work from. It’s as simple as modifying the code to suit your needs. Once you review the code and see how it works, you’ll use that style of coding as much as I do.