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Journal CSS ResourcesCSS for subscribers is finally here!! Your local neighbourhood zilla is here to give a few pointers to the novice CSSers who want to give their journals a make over with a few pointers and a list of handy resources.Journal CSS Resources by zilla774
As a general rule it is better to keep things simple, not just if you are a beginner. Remember the following points when you design your page:
1. Mock it up Try your design in Photoshop first (or which ever app you have) that way you can play with colours and styles without needing to refresh your journal too much.
2. Just because you can, doesn't mean that you should... try to avoid making things like the text size too small. The current journal style works well, so just start simply by changing colours.
3. Contrast is good. Making the colours of your text and links the same, or very close is bad m'kay. Make it easy for people to differentiate between things. Also, making your journal text too dark on a black background or too light on a bright backgro
Stockilicious Vol 10: Poses (MC)Welcome to the tenth issue of StockiliciousStockilicious Vol 10: Poses (MC) by demonicintuition
1 - Thumbnail Feature and Stock Tips - Poses
--- Tutorial included
2 - Stock Contests
3 - Forum Activity
4 - Support Stock News
5 - Chatrooms
FEATURES AND TIPS:
What is a stock photo without the posing of the model? You can be dressed in whatever funny costume, hair and makeup done up like you're from the old ages but without the proper pose you'll just be a mannequin for someone to hang their nice duds on (glorified coathanger, much?). There are different degress to posing - ranging from something simple that you would do in your everyday life, to almost breaking your back on a chair You'll see what I mean in the thumbnails below.
Posing for the camera is generally the easier part of making stock for a lot of the stockers out there. Throw your hands in the air, kick a leg out - hey, you're done! It's trying to find a new, different and imaginative pose after you think you've tri