(Wednesday) February 23
Weather forecast Towson : "a mix of clouds & sun", 68°F - 31°F
NOTE: Let's open up Adobe Dreamweaver & Photoshop
What's WeTransfer ?
***External Style Sheets
<link href="466.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" >
an example of a CSS page
CSS: HOW TO
here's my notes:
CHANGING HYPERLINK COLOR
*LINK 2 PAGES TOGETHER*
, & <b
Center divs using CSS:
, png, pdf, txt, html
Here's something new:
- You can try using the Actions Window in Photoshop to record what you do.
- After recording any image size changes, you can replay them...
- Then you can go to: File, Automate, Batch...
- You can apply these actions to a folder filled with images files
- And, save yourself hours of time, by not having to reopen, resize, rename, and re-save all your images
****changing the background with CSS
background: url(images/bg.gif) no-repeat center center fixed;
CSS OPACITY AND TRANSPARENCY
CSS Class and ID
Try it yourself
EXHIBITIONS & ARTISTS:
Chambers Project (CA)
(If you haven’t done so already…
Start by picking a subject and/or artists.
Choose a title for the exhibition, find or make up a location, and start making sketches for the website.
Please have some (approximately 10) images to work with.
You could also find a video or two (on YouTube or Vimeo).
When planning your CSS styles, start by coming up with a limited color palette.
Think about how the overall color scheme can complement the artwork that you will be displaying on the webpage.
- familiarize yourself with HTML & CSS, start planning the website
- do some research
- get (or make) digital images of artwork
- finish a draft of the project (that means completed html pages w/ css)