I found this tip from a Sitepoint newsletter, describing a nifty CSS trick: if you layer up background elements in your style sheet, you can generate what appears to be non-repeating backgrounds for your website. The site describes the process in detail, but in summary you simply create different sized seamless tiles, then let them fill the page, one layer on top of the other. Each tile higher than the background should have some transparency so you can see the lower elements, letting them interact.
About my hesitation entering contests, and why I’m putting that hesitation aside.
In October, I offered up a free book from Focal Press to friends on my Facebook fan page. The first winner was Bruce Bicknell of Digital Blue Productions, who will be receiving a copy of 3D in Photoshop: The Ultimate Guide for Creative Professionals by Zorana Gee and Pete Falco. Guess what I’ve got for…
I have a new show coming up on RetouchPRO, especially for Halloween! Come on in and get morbid and creepifyin’ =)
I’m trying to get another 150 followers on Facebook. To give you a little incentive, I have a copy of Zorana Gee’s 3D in Photoshop: The Ultimate Guide for Creative Professionals. This book is awesome, and has what you need to know to get rolling with the new 3D tools in Photoshop.