In this tutorial we will show you how to save Adobe Swatch Exchange or .ase files with the following Adobe CS6 programs:
- Fireworks CS6
- Photoshop CS6
- Illustrator CS6
- Indesign CS6
These files may also be downloaded directly from Adobe Kuler as well. Once we have done that we will also show you how to import them into Fireworks, Photoshop, Illustrator… Continue reading
Is it possible to create more than five colors in an Adobe ASE file? Yes it is. Today we will quickly run you through how to do this in Fireworks and Photoshop.
Adobe CS6 ASE files: Adding more than 5 colours to an ASE File Tip
This is more of a tip than an actual tutorial. As we all know… Continue reading
In this tutorial we will show you how to set up a Drupal 7 server that has been set up locally so that you can edit it in Dreamweaver CS6. We will also show you how to get round the “Dynamically-related files could not be resolved because the site definition is not correct for this server” error that… Continue reading
Adobe Indesign CS6 and CS5: Importing PNG’s with Transparency
This is more of a tip than an actual tutorial. If you are having trouble importing an image with transparency into InDesign CS6, CS5 or even some earlier versions and you want to retain the transparency of the image here is what you do. If you place the image and it… Continue reading
Is it possible to create more than five colors in an Adobe ASE file? Yes it is. Today we will quickly run you through how to do this in Fireworks and Photoshop. Continue reading
Photoshop CS5.5 and CS6: Turning off Pixel Aspect Ratio Correction
So you have opened a TIFF or in some cases a JPEG file and gotten a message telling you to turn off Pixel Aspect Ratio Correction to view or edit an image properly.
This is more of a tip than an actual tutorial but we will quickly show you how… Continue reading
In this tutorial we will be concentrating on using Dreamweaver CS5.5 to add a logo to your Custom Moodle theme. Before you go ahead with this tutorial you should make sure that you have already set your Moodle server up and that the theme you are going to edit is ready to edit before proceeding. If you have not already done so please check out the following articles then we can begin to edit your Moodle themes header and footer ready for deployment to the web.
- Dreamweaver CS5.5: Create Custom Moodle 2.0 Themes in Dreamweaver CS5
- Moodle 2.1: Getting a Theme Ready to Edit
Although I am using Dreamweaver CS5.5 for my run through everything that I do is exactly the same in Dreamweaver CS5 and CS4.
Note: This method is based loosely on the Methods used in the older style Moodle setups. This will work more often than not however there there is an easier way to do this so please visit that tutorial to see if that will work for you before proceeding with this now outdated method. (some themes may still need to do things using this method.) This method is usually used if the code that places the Logo in your header has been removed from the theme you are basing your Custom theme on.
In this Tutorial we will show you how to create the look and feel of an old newspaper article using Photoshop Cs5.5. Although other versions of Photoshop can be used. Also as part of this tutorial we will show you how to make a photo or other image look aged so as to fit in with the rest of the article using the grayscale option available to us in Photoshop.