A lil help?
Posted 02 December 2003 - 06:03 AM
Im a new member on this board and i know very little php and some html. I know Flash quite well and make some templates to make some money . I have been looking at some of your photoshop and paintshop pro images, and i was wondering if anyone had any input on which is better and for what reasons, and the locations of some tutorials and stuff to go along with them. I currently know a little of each program but clearly most of the other members surpass my knowledge lol. Any way anyone have any input? all is appreachiated (cant spell lol) and please do check out my site HERE and tell me what you think. Thanks
Posted 03 December 2003 - 10:16 PM
Wow what a beautiful website you've made. I admire your skills, very good attention to details, nice colour combination. Did you do the b/w drawing on the front page as well?
One question slightly out of topic, would you be interested in putting up a synchronised spectrum analyser (the moving bars at the top right corner with sound, next to the sound on off buttons)? I wrote a tutorial about it in flashkit, may be we can exchange something?
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Posted 04 December 2003 - 05:06 PM
He's website isn't his. It's a template from
click the templates button and go to page 4
You ppl really need to stop doing things like this and calling them your own. Yea you buy it you own it. But don't allow ppl to believe that you've created it when you didn't. Yea, you can say that you submitted that site to them but I highly doubt that only because you're askin' for tutorials when the graphics on "your" site are a little advanced designs for that.
Anyway, since you insist on using it. You need to make your site into 3 frames one for header and one for footer and then main and have the footer links load into the main so your header doesn't load all the time. Change the links to a pixel font as well cause you can't read them.
www.beyondthepixel.com - a multimedia affair
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
-Leonardo da Vinci
Posted 04 December 2003 - 07:49 PM
If you are going to design a flash site, try not to copy any site. In fact, don't look at any flash sites. Just use what inspires you.
Start with a blank canvas (either in your head or on paper) and go from there. Trust me, you end up with something more unique and that you can call your own.
Hey...not everyone is a great designer at first. It takes time. Patience and practise will pay off. Trust me :-)
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