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Re: designers' web resources

Postby Dragon Company » Sat Aug 27, 2005 7:16 pm

heuu ..  ;D .... last messages difficult to understand ! thanks anyway ! for PSD template files !

Aftermy holiday I'll prepare a paid GPL template for no name ... 100% of price will be redirect to OSM ... If you are interested to help or like the idea, we could do something great !  8)

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby guilliam » Sat Aug 27, 2005 7:38 pm

ENGLISH translation:

guilliam said: the psd layers should sliced so it will be easier to convert into a $ambo template

aldrin said: yes its in psd layers, i leave the slicing to you.
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby Dragon Company » Sat Aug 27, 2005 7:40 pm

guilliam wrote:ENGLISH translation:
guilliam said: the psd layers should sliced so it will be easier to convert into a $ambo template
aldrin said: yes its in psd layers, i leave the slicing to you.

Thanks you translator :) lol

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby wyzemoro » Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:12 am

guilliam wrote:ENGLISH translation:

guilliam said: the psd layers should sliced so it will be easier to convert into a $ambo template

aldrin said: yes its in psd layers, i leave the slicing to you.


you can be a good member for Translation Team :) why not have Translation for Filipino Joomla? just a thought. in the future... i want to have my local dialect... just a personal project in the future.
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby guilliam » Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:25 am

OT:

@wyzemoro - already done a little discussion about this back in "old" forums.. and ~somewhat~ we saw there is no such necessity since pinoys are most commonly and/or used to getting technical instructions in english more that Filipino(Tagalog)...

of course the idea will always be open, pls feel free to author a new thread in the Filipino General forums/section and ask fellow pinoy joobler's insights.

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aboji » Thu Sep 22, 2005 6:24 pm

aldrin wrote:For Photoshop Tutorials :

http://www.phong.com
http://http://www.aqa-d.se/
http://www.teamphotoshop.com/

Gonna post my own tutorials too.. Tutorial page coming up! (I hope)
aldrin the best ito. . di ko lang mapigilang magpaslamat .  .muchos gracias!

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aboji » Thu Sep 22, 2005 6:27 pm

guilliam wrote:http://www.chami.com/tips/internet/110599I.html

its not actually a software but a site that will convert your image into a ".ico" for your *ambo favicon.ico check the site.. all in there! no need to use powerful softwares for making ".ico" formats.

(crossposted from the thread: http://forum.opensourcematters.org/inde ... 270.0.html )

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  tnx for the link sir. . .how about URL for animated .GIF or custom .GIF, many thnks for the reply

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby guilliam » Thu Sep 22, 2005 7:26 pm

aboji wrote:
guilliam wrote:http://www.chami.com/tips/internet/110599I.html

its not actually a software but a site that will convert your image into a ".ico" for your *ambo favicon.ico check the site.. all in there! no need to use powerful softwares for making ".ico" formats.

(crossposted from the thread: http://forum.opensourcematters.org/inde ... 270.0.html )

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  tnx for the link sir. . .how about URL for animated .GIF or custom .GIF, many thnks for the reply


i didnt exaclt get the drift of your question.. (di kaya dahil naka inom lang ako.. ahihihihihih)... at any rate.. ONE thing is can tell about ANIMATED GIF's is to check @joomla-ph's signature which is very helpful to comply to basic end user standards.. you can check the site here:

http://www.catb.org/~esr/html-hell.html

as a biginner like you and ME,.. thats one resoureve HAVE TO read or a guide..... if you need color harmony in designs/frontend.. @maverick ang master dyan sa color harmony na yan
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aboji » Fri Sep 23, 2005 12:24 am

i think lasing lang siguro talaga si sir guilliam . . . i checked out the link it says "Welcome to The HTML Hell Page" wala akong .gif related na nakita he he he.

sir, i mean kung may mga icons and pics na links, ung mga collection naman ng animated .gif, dont worry sir, no problem kung wala nagbabakasali lang po. . .

inom ka maraming buko pang tanggal ng hangover.  .cleansing pa

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby guilliam » Fri Sep 23, 2005 3:25 am

aboji wrote:i think lasing lang siguro talaga si sir guilliam . . . i checked out the link it says "Welcome to The HTML Hell Page" wala akong .gif related na nakita he he he.

sir, i mean kung may mga icons and pics na links, ung mga collection naman ng animated .gif, dont worry sir, no problem kung wala nagbabakasali lang po. . .

inom ka maraming buko pang tanggal ng hangover.  .cleansing pa


ehehhe.. hindi poh lashing.. i lead you to that sig of joomla-ph since its a guide,.. stick away from "animated gif".. ika nga KUNG to conform to the w3c standards kelangan mag pure css template ka,.. sa animations naman,.. as much as possible stick away with those gif's,.. thats what i mean.

kung icons,.. try mo foood dot com
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aboji » Fri Sep 23, 2005 4:23 am

@ guilliam - ganun ba? why is it so? yang palang kasi sana ang pinakabasic kong gustong gawin he he he sorry for the word "lasing"  :D, magaling ka paring mag-post kahit nakainom ka pala.  yan bang mga icons na yan, i mean puwede rin gwing pics inserted sa pages ng isang site? tnx guilliam

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby guilliam » Fri Sep 23, 2005 5:05 am

^^^ read this deeper: http://www.catb.org/~esr/html-hell.html you will understand why i told you to stick away from animated gif's,.. simply animated gif's are things of the past.. not unless you want a geocities site look in your website.

im particularly refering ot this:

"gratuitous animation
    With animations you get the all the wonderful injuries of the blink tag with the added insult of the graphics download time. People who abuse these should have flip books rammed into every bodily orifice until they figure out that a two- or three-frame graphics loop is even less pleasant than that."


bec i have a feeling you want to use animated gif's right? im trying to steer you away in making a mistake of using animated gif's so that your site wont look like this: http://www.geocities.com/poppiju75/index.html (no pun intended to the site author)

not unless you will be designing a site with the theme of "kiddie web designing guide - for beginners" ~winks~ ehehhee.
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aboji » Fri Sep 23, 2005 5:11 am

wow tnk you so much. . sir for the advice . . i love this forum

muchos!

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby CoLDfLam3 » Sat Oct 01, 2005 2:33 pm

hello everybody!

im 2 days in tinkering with joomla and i was really into it na.  kulang lang ng time kasi ive got much work to do! btw here are some sites which i visit the most

      http://www.alistapart.com/            - a really good site, lots and lots of css info ***recommended
      http://www.csszengarden.com/      - aws.. so beautiful....
      http://www.webdesignforums.net/  - ok.. another forum.. heheheh....
      http://www.webshots.com/              - another site with great pix... but i think u have to buy them..
      http://www.google.com/                  - coudn't live without this one! of course.. its a search engine.. hehehehe :p

well im still learning css right now and i would realy love to implement it in a joomla template.(if i have time that is)...
more power to you guys and thanks!
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby maverick25 » Thu Oct 13, 2005 6:47 am

guilliam wrote: if you need color harmony in designs/frontend.. @maverick ang master dyan sa color harmony na yan


Don't have an idea for a color scheme? Try http://www.colorschemer.com/schemes/
Likewise, give http://www.colorschemer.com/ a try. It's not free, but you're free to cr@ck it ;)  :laugh:
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Re: designers' web resources

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Postby guilliam » Mon Oct 24, 2005 11:32 pm

^^wow! easier that i thought. thanks for sharing mate!!!! got it bookmarked as soon as i had tinkered on it. :)
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby josh007 » Thu Nov 10, 2005 1:50 am

naaaliw ako sa links....i have a proposal...my joomla site can post all ur weblinks para meron tayo some sort of directory of links. let me know. btw, the JOOMLA SITE is @ http://www.ezine.ipipol.com
The iPIPOL Group - Official Site - http://www.iPIPOL.com
Ezine - The iPIPOL Group - http://www.ezine.ipipol.com
Forum - The iPIPOL Group - http://www.forum.ipipol.com

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby aldrin » Thu Nov 10, 2005 1:55 am

josh007 wrote:naaaliw ako sa links....i have a proposal...my joomla site can post all ur weblinks para meron tayo some sort of directory of links. let me know. btw, the JOOMLA SITE is @ http://www.ezine.ipipol.com


That would be nice!  :laugh:
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Postby josh007 » Thu Nov 10, 2005 1:59 am

aldrin wrote:
josh007 wrote:naaaliw ako sa links....i have a proposal...my joomla site can post all ur weblinks para meron tayo some sort of directory of links. let me know. btw, the JOOMLA SITE is @ http://www.ezine.ipipol.com


That would be nice!  :laugh:


just lt me know the SECTIONS and CATEGORIES NEEDED. For detailed structure...please email me.
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby audienceone » Mon Feb 20, 2006 6:04 am

sc00zy wrote:http://wellstyled.com/tools/colorscheme2/index-en.html

Something you don't have to crack 8)


Very great tools!
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Postby sc00zy » Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:58 pm

audienceone wrote:
sc00zy wrote:http://wellstyled.com/tools/colorscheme2/index-en.html

Something you don't have to crack 8)


Very great tools!


Yes, I use it often! :)
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Postby nagiisangpinay » Sat Mar 04, 2006 10:02 am

This forum is really interesting and very useful to a newbie like me. Thanks everybody.

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Postby ScaredCrow » Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:21 am

guilliam wrote:ENGLISH translation:

guilliam said: the psd layers should sliced so it will be easier to convert into a $ambo template

aldrin said: yes its in psd layers, i leave the slicing to you.


this might be a little too far but I have several PSD templates but don't know how to convert them into a template. It always turns out that I have large-sized files. Hmnn... maybe I need a lot more training on this part than I thought.  :(

BTW, the links are great. I might start from there.  :D
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby estong » Tue Mar 28, 2006 8:58 am

great compilation of tutorials (design etc):

http://www.pixel2life.com
http://www.good-tutorials.com (photoshop)

tnx :)
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby Astig » Mon Apr 24, 2006 2:23 pm

Standards
http://www.w3.org/
http://www.iab.net/

Stock Photos
http://www.sxc.hu/

Tutorials and Concepts
http://www.sitepoint.com/
http://www.about.com/


I will add more as soon as I have my list available.  :D

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Postby ultimoAdios » Fri May 05, 2006 3:51 am

Stopping by...
Reading...

Reaction: Very informative. I already bookmarked some useful links.

Additional Info: On PSD
One of the concept from the book titled "Professional
Web Design: Techniques and Templates" Second Edition. The author
has used the word "Mortising Images" instead of what we always use
slicing. He said,"Building a mortised site is similar to piecing together a puzzle."

Of course these puzzles are pieced together using tables and the overall
design is still managed by CSS. So I guess there is no question on the
importance of CSS. I might want to include here that the author's favorite
feature design is from the website linked below:

http://www.a5design.com/

Ang problema ko lang sa design ng author is paano ko ito iimplement
sa joomla. However, may mga techniques na very useful especially
pagmanipulate ng images with different formats.

Hanggang todits na lang po mga pinoy joomlas.
Hanap na nama ako ng mababasang forum.
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Re: designers' web resources

Postby teng » Fri May 05, 2006 5:32 pm

Here are some list of web editors.

FREE WEB EDITORS

1. PHP Designer 2006 Beta (http://www.mpsoftware.dk/phpdesigner.php) - PHP DESIGNER is a powerful freeware IDE for coding PHP for both professional and novice alike.  Syntax highlighting and support for PHP, HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, Perl, JavaScript, VB, C#, Java & SQL. Feature-rich tool and it's free. I can't preview my web page here without WAMMP which I haven't installed yet.

2. PHP Designer 2005 3.6 (http://www.download.com/PHP-Designer-2005/3000-7957-10353130.html) - Same as 2006 but obviously a lower version. Love this one because i can preview my design without switching to any browser. Great for coders and css designers.

3. Amaya (http://www.w3.org/Amaya/) - An Open Source web editor from w3.org geared towards standardization. Nice editor. I haven't fully tested it yet.

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby mark-macapagal45 » Mon Aug 07, 2006 2:42 pm

ah hi.

pano ba mapapabilis ang load ng ginawang template sa photoshop?


kz pg ako gumagawa mabagal e..

2long namen.. hehe. salamat. :)

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Re: designers' web resources

Postby shongaks » Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:00 pm

panay naman PSD...  :'(

wala bang PNG jan? akew po kasi ay Fireworks gurl! :-* :-[
but at least thanks alot for the resources, my [bookmarks] is full!!!!!!!! :D
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