Change the Layer Thumbnail Preview Size for Easier Viewing

  • 9 May 2016
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Change the Layer Thumbnail Preview Size for Easier Viewing
When you’re working with Layers, don’t struggle to see the layer contents in the tiny thumbnail preview. Change the thumbnail size instead! Click on the options menu at the top of the panel, and choose Panel Options from the pop-up menu. In the Layer Panel Options dialog box, select the button beside the largest thumbnail size. In this dialog box you can also customize whether to display just the boundary of the layer contents (by selecting Layer Bounds) or the entire document (by selecting Entire Document). Click OK when you’re finished, and enjoy the new preview size!

Grid Options in ASP.NET's MVC Framework

  • 8 February 2016
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Grid Options in ASP.NET's MVC Framework
If you're used to using data grids and other native controls in ASP.NET Web Forms, you may wonder what the alternative is if you move to ASP.NET's MVC framework. While MVC comes with the WebGrid HTML helper, there are many more third-party controls (both commercial and open-source) from which you can choose to allow users to interact with data through a grid.

For Grouping Headings and Sub-Headings, Stick with Header

  • 8 February 2016
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For Grouping Headings and Sub-Headings, Stick with Header
In some sample code, you may come across HTML5' hgroup element. This element plays a very similar role to the header element but is intended to group together sets of elements of type <h1> through <h6>. However, it's not recommended that you use it, as it was deprecated in 2013.

Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 41-50

  • 10 December 2015
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Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 41-50
Whether you're designing for print, digital, or both, the tools and services that come as part of a Creative Cloud membership enable you to not only deliver your projects in more style, but get client and peer feedback along the way. Here, we will bring you the last tips on making the most of CC, whatever your creative goals or discipline.

Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 31-40

  • 10 December 2015
  • Author: Anonym
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Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 31-40
Whether you're designing for print, digital, or both, the tools and services that come as part of a Creative Cloud membership enable you to not only deliver your projects in more style, but get client and peer feedback along the way. Here, we will bring you tips on making the most of CC, whatever your creative goals or discipline.

Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 21-30

  • 10 December 2015
  • Author: Anonym
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Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 21-30
Whether you're designing for print, digital, or both, the tools and services that come as part of a Creative Cloud membership enable you to not only deliver your projects in more style, but get client and peer feedback along the way. Here, we will bring you tips on making the most of CC, whatever your creative goals or discipline.

Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 11-20

  • 10 December 2015
  • Author: Anonym
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Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 11-20
Whether you're designing for print, digital, or both, the tools and services that come as part of a Creative Cloud membership enable you to not only deliver your projects in more style, but get client and peer feedback along the way. Here, we will bring you tips on making the most of CC, whatever your creative goals or discipline.

Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 1-10

  • 10 December 2015
  • Author: Anonym
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Adobe Creative Cloud Tips 1-10
Whether you're designing for print, digital, or both, the tools and services that come as part of a Creative Cloud membership enable you to not only deliver your projects in more style, but get client and peer feedback along the way. Here, we will bring you tips on making the most of CC, whatever your creative goals or discipline.
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