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    Artificial Imagery v2 online

    Hey all,

    Newbie to forums, but i hope to change it time

    Anyway, if you like photoshop art.

    Then please fill free to visit my site at www.onlineai.com

    Please fill free to comment on anything.

    Till later Peace



    Sergio
    www.onlineai.com

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    ...Were all the works done in Photoshop?
    Visit Slightly Remarkable to see my portfolio, resumé, and consulting rates.

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    most of them, the 3d ones where done with a 3d program

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    Originally posted by sergiof
    most of them, the 3d ones where done with a 3d program
    if you dont mind me asking, what 3d program? is it hard to use? (i ask mainly because i like your stuff alot )
    Please review my website

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    c4d, and swift 3d v3

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    Hello,

    I really do enjoy the feel of you site there and wouldn't mind pointing out a couple of things you could use.

    How about, on the page like Web Development, you use CSS and make the page a bit more user friendly. As you are using images, some people may not be able to see the proberly.

    I would suggest you use CSS. Here is an example of how you could do it.

    In the <head>
    Code:
    <style type="text/css" media="all">
    
    #webdev { 
    	background: url(port/devinfo.jpg);
    	width: 555px;
    	height: 275px;
    	} 
    
    #webdev span { 
    	display: none;
    	} 
    
    </style>
    and in html, where your current image files is, you put.

    Code:
    <div id="webdev">
      <span>
        The text you have on the image.
      </span>
    </div>
    this helps you because people with CSS enabled, will see your image and people with css and images disabled will see the text. So either way, people will see your content. Use this on the other pages as well, it helps alot.

    Hope that helps.

    Best Wishes,
    David
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