Today we see three techniques to show the images in the HTML body of the body of an email. These procedures are not always indicated, and I recommend its use only for the composition of the newsletter and a few other cases. But we see the techniques in detail. CID Embedded Images A me, he Content-ID (the Read more…
In today's tutorial we talk again about HTML graphics and CSS integration. In my article a few months ago I talked about the technical (also widely used by Google) of CSS sprites. In practice consists in inserting the majority of images repeated several times within the page into one big image, that will be called multiple times with our CSS.
As a matter of personal preference I tend to avoid using Gimp every time I have to create a different menu item navigation, I prefer to create only the backgrounds of buttons and then think about the styles using CSS. In this way, the first menu is better indexed by search engines, secondly I avoid “waste” the time to create me to every button a new image.
Today's tutorial is a cross between photography, graphic and Mathematics. Photography because we start from a real photo, and a good photograph is the beginning of a good job, graphic because of the various tweaks that as we make any and Mathematics because the effect scomoderemo today follows strict mathematical rules, nothing is left to chance. For this tutorial we will use Gimp and its plugin MathMap. (more…)
YoHDR is still in beta, but from what it looks like seems to promise very well. Born from the creators of VectorMagic (online software that allows the vectorization image grid) the site allows, after’upload some photos the same landscape with different exposures, to download the photo HDR.
In practice, the HDR is nothing but an average exposure photos. (more…)
Today I talk about TinEye, a site of my recent discovery. Probably some of you already know, to me it was useful to check if my images were used by others. TinEye is responsible for indexing the entire web images as does a crawler and associated images Read more…
I often find myself having to create images that serve as separator content within prints, or some simple graphic effects created with tracked, or with letters. I'm thinking of something very simple, that surely even in the old schoolbooks we were used to seeing without realizing.
Occasionally, however,, I happen to create the new image, save, and realize that the work is finished the dpi is too low Gimp because those who apply by default are 72, excellent to the web but too little for a detailed Print quality. Today we see how increase the dpi of an image we have already saved with Gimp 72 dpi, and the portarla 300 (great for Print). (more…)
This mini-howto is taken from blog in Kayowas.
Imagemagik is an exceptional tool, I would say essential, it allows an almost endless array of processing on the images.
In systems derived from Debian, the installation is quite a:
[user@localhost ~]$ sudo apt-get install imagemagick
To vary the size of all images in a given directory, you must use the tool "mogrify"In the following way: (more…)
Public now the translation of a very interesting article found a few days ago on how to create custom styles per le custom gallery di Flickr.
As many will know, Flickr is a social network to lovers of photography. People enrolled, upload photo, commented on foto and other gets feedback other to their photos. One of the great things about Flickr is the ability to specify licenses for your photos, but in this article we'll take care of '”export” images from a Flickr account on an external site. (more…)