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Learn CSS and Website Authoring

The Quest of Learning CSS and Becoming A Webmaster

Learn to Create Flash Video

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

I am a tech savvy guy. Whenever I see something which is cool on a website, I will try my best to find out how it works and experiment it for myself. It is exhilirating when trying out new things most of all when it is cool and fun. So whenever I browse a website an I saw this image:

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It intrigues me to make one for my own. Fair enough figuring out the thing without guidance is very, very time consuming. Therefore I would recommend anyone who really wants to learn the easy way is by buying a package deal like this one. Create flash video requires you to have a decent computer with lots of RAM if you don't want your computer to 'hang' each time you're encoding it. Again this How to Make Flash Video Package is something worth buying.
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Web Design Videos

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Last weekend, I was busy doing something else instead of my website design studies. My CSS studies were also affected but I gather new knowledge on making videos. So, I spent almost 2 days doing a part time job converting the old fashion video tape into VCD. At first, I used a compact TV recorder which records into a .asf format. The quality of the video was terrible and it took long hours for the process.

Frustrated by the quality, I used my DVD recorder instead. It works wonderfully, however when I rip off the DVD format into VCD. Again, the quality suffers. So, as a conclusion if you have the budget, go and buy a DVD recorder/player. You'll have no regret getting one. The DVD/R+RW are also getting cheap these days. I'll show you what I have done later.

If you are lazy to read (I sometimes got lazy too), you can learn how to make a website using your favourite designing software by video. My all time favourite tool would definitely be Macromedia Dreamweaver 2004MX. I'm getting my hands on Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 very soon. Watch all the videos on how to fully utilize them. You'll be glad when you watch the videos because when you know all the tips and tricks, it will definitely amazes you.

I may sound like pitching a sale here but the importance of getting educated far outweigh uneducated situation. So get educated right now!!
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My Profile Page

Monday, December 12, 2005

I am working hard to get comfortable with my new hobby which is to build website. Human are habitual creature so I need to get used to open up my Web Design Application instead of browsing around with my browser. At the moment I am building my own 'pretty' personal profile page. Well, it didn't turned out well as it seems. Eventhough several hours are wasted in editing the page but it is worthwhile for my learning journey. Take a look at the screenshot below:

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This is how my website that I've uploaded at Geocities looks like in Internet Explorer.

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Now this is by using Mozilla Firefox. It uses a seperate CSS file for the layout optimized for Firefox and not Internet Explorer. Because of the distinctive difference, I am scrapping the page into a new one. Until then, a piece of reminder to myself and also to you, just keep on moving on...
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Another CSS E-Book??

Friday, December 09, 2005

My Monday blues has eaten up 2 of my Mondays. I have no one to blame except for myself, well I can blame my day job but a true honest and potential person always blame themselves instead of pointing fingers at someone else.

Eitherway, as usual I can't withhold my fingers in clicking on new information or freebies I found on the net. So I downloaded this e-book:

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If you buy a hard copy version of it, it is 500 pages thick. Since I believe that if you just read but take no action, you'll understand very little, I took a glance of the entire book and stored the PDF file somewhere. If you think it is a good investment for you, then go ahead and buy it. It is your choice.

I have a 3 days off of my day job starting tomorrow. I'll build a few CSS website by that time. I'll display it here once it is finished or partially done.
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