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Date: 2010-06-07
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Web Site Planning and Wireframing: Part 3 of 12
Using the Web Developer toolbar to validate a page
The last tool that I'm going to show you is the Tools dropdown menu. You click on this. At the top I want you to see that there is a number of features all grouped together and these are called Validation links. These look at your web site to make sure that it's correctly written CSS. That's it's correctly written HTML,
Woo-hoo! Homer Simpson named greatest TV character in 20 years
Beer-swilling, doughnut-lover Homer Simpson has been named the greatest character created for television and film in the past 20 years.

Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training: Preferences
In this clip, host Jan Kabili covers the Elements Preferences, and how to customize them to suit the way that you work. She covers the preferences dialog box and goes over the various categories, and how you can tweak them.
Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training: Toolbar
In this clip, host Jan Kabili covers the toolbar and details how to use the tools more efficiently. She details how to make the toolbar a double column for those with smaller screens, how to access all the tools using the black triangle that showcase hidden tools behind the other tools, keyboard shortcuts for the tools, and more.
Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training: Full Edit Workspace Panels
In this clip, host Jan Kabili covers the various panels in the Full Edit Workspace. She shows how to open the panels in full view, collapse panels, remove panels so they are free floating, and so on.
Aurelie Laumont at Cosmodigital Discusses Color Grading of "Bi, Don't Be Afraid!"
SCRATCH-RED Workflow Enhances the Intimacy of the Imagery
Phan used the RED Digital Camera for the shoot of the 90-minute "Bi, Don't Be Afraid!" and post house Cosmodigital in Paris, France used ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH(r) Digital Finishing Solution for the post-production data workflow.

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