Theme Joomla – Free and Commercial Joomla Templates, Components and Modules – Adding Automatic PNG reflection to your images

Adding Automatic PNG reflection to your images

Included with all Theme Joomla commercial template releases is built in automatic PNG reflection. To add this feature to your images all you need to do is add a class called “reflect” to your image tag. See below for an example of how to use this feature:

via Theme Joomla – Free and Commercial Joomla Templates, Components and Modules – Adding Automatic PNG reflection to your images.

phatfusion : slideshow

javascript and flash development

via phatfusion : slideshow.

here you will find a few experiments, ideas, plugins and anything else i’m working on that i think might be of interest to others.

i’ll post ideas and thoughts about projects i’m working on in my blog

The phatfusion forum has been taken down due to spaming, hopefully should be back up soon.

> blog

> forum

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please email dev[at]phatfusion dot net with any requests, bugs, fixes or questions.

The web hosting of phatfusion.net and our plugins is taken care of by WHS.

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jQuery lightbox for images, videos, YouTube, iframes – by Stephane Caron

prettyPhoto a jQuery lightbox clone

via jQuery lightbox for images, videos, YouTube, iframes – by Stephane Caron.

prettyPhoto is a jQuery based lightbox clone. Not only does it support images, it also add support for videos, flash, YouTube, iFrames. It’s a full blown media lightbox.

It comes with useful APIs so prettyPhoto can be launched from nearly anywhere (yes, that includes Flash)!

If you need support with prettyPhoto

CREATE WORDPRESS THEME « Denny-Rudolf’s Blog

CREATE WORDPRESS THEME

A few things before you need a template are:

1. Figure out the layout of your blog. That is, you should be clear about what should be placed where. Ofcourse, it’s entirely at your discretion.
2. Create a simple HTML page that show cases your layout.
3. Mould the simple page into a beautiful wordpress template.

You can definitely tell about the various sections that make up the page. They are the header, content, sidebar, footer. To abstract this and give power to the template designers, wordpress has placed the various sections into different pages.

In addition to this, you have to add proper CSS to your design. Include them in “style.css”.

Therefore, the files necessary are:

1. header.php -> Header
2. footer.php -> Footer
3. sidebar.php -> Sidebar
4. index.php -> Content glued with header, sidebar and footer.
5. style.css -> CSS

That is all you need to create a basic template. Clear?

continued…….  CREATE WORDPRESS THEME « Denny-Rudolf’s Blog.