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How To Use The Filmstrip View In Adobe Bridge
The Adobe Bridge has several ways to browse through the images in your folders. The method I use most often is the Filmstrip view which displays a list of thumbnails across the bottom of the Bridge window and an extra large thumbnail of the selected image in the content area.
How To Use The RSS Reader in Adobe Bridge
One of the most convenient new features included in the Adobe Bridge is the built-in RSS Reader. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it is one of the newest and easiest ways to keep up to date with your favorite websites.
How to Warp Text in Photoshop CS2
If you want to add some pizazz to your marketing ad or company logo, you can use the Warp Text feature in Photoshop CS2 to twist your text into any shape and then add it to your graphic. The Warp Text command in Photoshop CS2 (also known as text on a path) makes the job of distorting text easy.
HTML5 Canvas for Games and Entertainment
HTML5 Canvas for Games and Entertainment by Rob Hawkes - a review.
HTML5 Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim
HTML5 Up and Running, an introduction to HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim.
iBA Building Portrait Book Cover Layout
The portrait or vertical Book Title page is the first image that the reader will see after downloading your book. When reduced to a thumbnail graphic, it will be displayed in your book’s listing in the iBooks Store and in your reader’s iBooks Library.
iBA Template - Story Page Layouts
For a children’s book template, the storybook page layouts are the most important part of the template. So where do you start? What are the requirements? The most important requirement is that this template should feature large graphics and a small amount of text.
iBooks Author - Building Title Page
The template’s first section begins with the title page. From there, you can add other pages to this section, such as the foreword, copyright, dedication or introduction. If you prefer, you can just have the Title Page and no other pages in the front matter.
iBooks Author and Image Size
There are a few considerations when preparing the graphics for a full-screen picture book or children's book, which will be compiled in iBooks Author. We will discuss those considerations. To simplify these tutorials, I am assuming that the target mobile device for your book is the iPad.
iBooks Author and Meta Data
The first task you have when creating a book in iBooks Author is to give titles to the chapter and sections of your book which will determine the Table of Contents. In the Book Pane are the pages that create the foundation of your book, as they contain hidden code, called meta data.
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