February 20, 2002

NEW! Custom Filter

Free Downloads

Our Custom filter is a powerful tool for applying a wide variety of convolution filters to images and is an excellent way to extend Photoshop

Posted by taing at 07:56 PM

How do you make a website skinnable?

Skinning a website / creating website themes. Page 1.

They're called skins - or themes. There are two brands of skinnable sites out there. One is a site that provides you with a basic layout and allows you to change colors and swap out images, but keeps the same overall layout of the site. The other is for the more adventurous: in the more radical type of site skinning, everything except the actual textual content of the page can - and will - vary from skin to skin. Domesticat, as you've probably guessed, is the more adventurous version

Posted by taing at 06:52 PM

February 08, 2002

Welcome to the RTF2HLP web site

RTF2HLP the freeware help compiler

RTF2HLP is a freeware tool that converts directly a Microsoft® Word RTF document to a Windows Help file.
The main advantage of RTF2HLP is that it converts documents without the need of any extra project files.

Posted by taing at 05:21 PM

February 06, 2002

DBX - PHP database

DBX :: SQL queried XML database in PHP

What is DBX?
DBX, is essentially a DBMS that is written completely in PHP, and works using XML style text files as its native format. It runs as a header file for your PHP pages, and can be used as a substitute for any SQL queried DBMS.

Posted by taing at 02:17 PM

February 03, 2002

Project Dogwaffle

FileForum | Program Detail - Project Dogwaffle

Project Dogwaffle supports realistic artist tools, paper, and media styles, custom and procedural brushes and fill types, realtime image processing, animation, a revamped interface and it's hopefully a lot of fun to use

Posted by taing at 12:14 AM

February 02, 2002

ISSN for Weblogs

ISSN for Weblogs (Joe Clark: fawny.org)

ISSN for Weblogs
You can apply for and use an International Standard Serial Number for your Weblog. Your blog will then officially exist in the worldwide standardized encyclopedia of periodicals

Posted by taing at 08:42 PM