New Template. DubD

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dubd Enjoy the newest template available to download. I designes it for a website I’m working on, but decied it just didn’t fit, so now you can download it, and enjoy! As always, let me know what you think, in the comments!

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My logo Design Process

There are thousands of tutorials out there that teach you how to use software like Photoshop to make logo’s, layouts, and general graphic design.

However, there isn’t the abundance of tutorials on the actual process of starting with nothing, and visualizing the finished process. This is where Im trying to fill the void. this is of course how I do it. By no means is this the absolute correct way, or the only way. This is just my process. There is a great forum post/discussion going on @ openwebdesign.org about the process of web design. Definitely worth checking out! This is actually what inspired me to write this. On with the tutorial, enough fluff? ^^


Digg V3 with Right Hand Menu

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As most of you know, Digg Version 3.0 Was released today. I must say it was done the right way, and is a great redesign, not visually, but now with a plethora of added catagories, and a redesign of how everything works. There was one downfall I found. The menu is now on the left hand side. This just seems awkward to me, as Im used to everything being on the right.

Leave it to the community to fix this pronto!

You have a couple of options,

  • For the firefox user, you can use the Stylish extension, and add the following code:

    @-moz-document domain(digg.com), domain(www.digg.com) {
    a { text-decoration: none !important; font-weight: bold !important; }
    #top_ad, .banner_ad {display: none !important;}
    h3 a { border: none !important; background: none !important; }
    #contents, #sidebar { float: left !important; border: none !important; background: none !important;}
    #container {background: none !important; }
    #sidebar {padding: 20px 0 1em 35px !important;background-position: 0 0; }
    #footer {background: none !important;}

    Thank you to Dryan for this nice little work around.

  • Or for everyone else you can use Greasemonkey and this Greasemonkey Script that will implement Dryans code into an easy Greasemonkey Script.

    digg Dryans Work around | digg the Greasemonkey script

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