Broken links are links that lead to pages that do not exist. When clicking on a broken link, the page you land on is called a 404 error page, a standard HTTP response that indicates that the requested URL doesn’t exist.
What do you do when you happily surf the web and suddenly come across a 404 error? For most of us, the immediate response would be to simply leave the current site in favor of another one because both people and search engines consider broken links as unprofessional.
When it comes to expanding per-project revenue, service businesses are at an immediate disadvantage. As our "product" is essentially our time, increasing income on a per-project basis almost always comes with extra work and an increased time commitment. Office hours increase, personal time slips away, and before we know it, the "extra" $300 weekly income has turned into little more than lost time.
In this tutorial, we’ll create inset type, a popular text treatment, using CSS. If you follow Six Revisions closely, you’re probably thinking: "Jacob already wrote a Photoshop tutorial on how to do that."
That is correct, but this time we are going to do it using only CSS.
In this beginner-level web design tutorial, I’ll show you how to construct a portfolio web layout that has a fixed wooden background with Photoshop. We’ll also use some brushes to accent the design.
SnackTools, a suite of rich internet applications for creating web content, has a Facebook quiz that tests your knowledge of Photoshop. By taking the quiz, you could be awarded with licenses for up to 10 months depending on how well you score!
Writing and design have always been two passions of mine. When someone first approached me with a writing opportunity for their blog, I was shocked. It hadn’t crossed my mind for a moment that the two could be brought together harmoniously. I still remember writing that article and building my first brainstorm of topics. I found myself asking, "What makes a good article?"