Getting the most out of your CSS Journals FourWelcome back! If you're wondering what happened the last two weeks, I decided to give the series a two-week break. Mostly to build up the ideas, but also to give your eyes a break. I doubt either worked, but on we shall press! If you want to read the other articles, check out Getting the most out of your CSS Journals! which has the list of the previous week's articles. With that out of the way, on we shall go!Getting the most out of your CSS Journals Four by Grayda
Custom mood images
With dAv5 came a whole heap of new "Mood" icons, little animated dudes that you could set as your journal mood. However these weren't enough for most. If you could do your own custom emotes in journals (ie. using the :thumb: notation), or using :icon: to display 50x50 avatars, why could you not do your own custom mood images? With this simple CSS / HTML hack, you can! This simply involves laying our image over the top of our mood image. Here's the code:
Connect Globally...Groove LocallyThe Global CommunityConnect Globally...Groove Locally by lolly
It most likely does not need to be said, but deviantART is a global art community. Inclusive of people from all geographic locations that this complex series of tubes known as the Internet can reach and filled with people from all walks of life from those locations. deviantART is populated by artistic styles that span the map from the traditional painter to the manga artist, poet, graphic designer and beyond.
So now that we have spread this far as an all inclusive virtual artist community, what is the next step?
With a geolocation software available for a small fee, it is not too difficult to locate the general region where someone is living based off of their IP address. Your IP address is transmitted by your computer every time you access anything on the Internet from your computer. Its very similar to telephone area codes and country codes. When you know a phone number you could probably run a google search and figure out
deviantART Presents BT and Thomas Dolby deviantART Presents:deviantART Presents BT and Thomas Dolby by lolly
BT and Thomas Dolby
in a SONIC DUEL FOR VIRTUAL SUPREMACY
North American Tour
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About DivX (www.divx.com)
While researching the best technology options for displaying film on the web we identified DivX as the technology company of choice. The visual and sound elements built into "This Binary Universe" stretch the limits of audio and video.
In order to provide the best possible user experience with the download we wanted to maximize the audio with MP3 Surround sound and the dvd quality video in order to capture the jaw dropping visuals. DivX's technology of