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Answered by edie1 : Jan 13 2011 10:11 AM
The colors are linked to the topics. Here's a general color key:
Web Design/Development: Teal
Perl: Turquoise blue
Java: Dark purple
Apple: Light purple
System and Network Ad... full answer >
Answered by adfm : May 06 2010 07:05 PM
Two of the most popular ways of creating a halftone from an image is to convert the image to a bitmap and apply a halftone line screen (2). The other method is to use the Color Halftone filter (4). Yo... full answer >
Looking for a friendly collection of commonly units used with CSS? This excerpt from Ben Henick's HTML & CSS: The Good Parts provides some of the more frequently encountered units associated with CSS....
Netscape was the first to deploy a library of color names (originally adopted from the X Window System palette known as X11 color names) that could be used as attribute and scripted object property co...
If you'd like to color correct your photos with a tool that offers you extreme detail, then Color Curves are what you're looking for. This excerpt from Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows: The Missing Ma...