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Archive for August, 2010

Quick Tip: Working with MySQL and SUM

August 31, 2010  |  Databases  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

In now’s qυісk tip screencast, wе’re going tο learn a MySQL query trick. Yου mіght bе already familiar wіth thе SUM() аnd IF() functions. Wе wіll bе combining thеm tο come up wіth ѕοmе useful queries. Thіѕ саn reduce thе number οf queries уου need tο rυn fοr fetching сеrtаіn types οf summary data, аnd аlѕο provide a performance improvement.

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Create a Futuristic Abstract Wallpaper

August 31, 2010  |  Photoshop  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

On this tutorial i am going to show how you can use filters to create wallpaper with abstraction in futuristic style. Final Image Preview Step 1 Create a new document with size of 1920 x 1200 pixels and 72 dpi with white background. Press D to set up foreground and background colors black and white. Go to Layer > New Layer and create a new layer called “wallpaper”. Step 2 Now we are going to work with filters on this new layer to create our wallpaper. To start, go to Filter > Render > Clouds. Step 3 After that apply Filter > Pixelate > Mosaic with following settings: Step...

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Create an Electrical Outlet Icon in Photoshop

In today’s tutorial, we will be making use of vector masks and layer styles in Photoshop to create a high quality electrical outlet icon. Let’s get started! Before You Begin When creating icons from real-life objects it is best to first take a look at those objects and see how they look. When you are done, go ahead and start to sketch out how you want your icon to look. Step 1 Create a 400 x 400 pixel canvas at 72 dpi. Step 2 The first thing that we’re going to do is create the outlet shape. For that, choose the round rectangle tool and...

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7 Different Visualisations of Link Profiles

August 30, 2010  |  SEO  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Tom_CWe all love backlinks. We all love visualisation. Boom! Let's mash those two things together. In this post I've collected a bunch of different techniques for visualising your link data. Some of these are useful for analysis, some are useful for management and some are useful for keeping Dr. Pete entertained...... :-) Which Are My Top Folders The top pages function of OSE is one of the most useful features ever. Ever since I saw the first incarnation in labs I've been a heavy user of this tool but Rich Baxter has taken things one step further yet...

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6 Ways to Replace Yahoo’s Link & Linkdomain Search Commands

August 29, 2010  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Today, Yahoo! formally announced that it's fully transitioning its search engine backend to Microsoft's Bing. While this is good news on many fronts for marketers (simplification of advertising platforms, a bigger competitor for Google, etc), it's a big loss to webmasters who relied on some advanced link data available from Yahoo! Search that's now unavailable. While Yahoo! is maintaining their Site Explorer service, the use of advanced query parameters on searches using the link: and linkdomain: operators will no longer return results. For the query above, Yahoo! previously showed pages that pointed to any page on SEOmoz.org from sites with the .edu TLD extension (these...

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