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Your pictures can be squared one or not, they will be cropped and you can even adjust its position (check the how to use)
hoooooooly shit am I really waking up to yukoki reblogging my theme? I’m SO HONORED
omg no i fell in love with your themes ever since i found them okay. i don’t understand how you make them so cute ///// liKE SERIOUsly your themes are so clean and your style is just simply amazing i love it
Theme 007: Phat Redux by maomuthemes. Compatible with the modern browsers Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Optimized for desktop.
This theme is modeled after redux edits for my friend who loves them. Since people seem to like this style, I’m releasing it for you all as well. It has over 100 options, so I’ve listed them all in the features link. Enjoy! Please like / reblog the theme if you plan on using it!
so i tried to categorize them as best as i could, hopefully guys can find everything. everything pretty much goes with redux themes but you can use for whatever you want.
This is really really bad advice that I just saw on my dash.
No. Redux edits are not in any way, shape or form a good way to start learning to code.
If you want to learn how to code, actually learn the coding languages. Understand the difference between classes and ids and how to make the same hover effect a few different ways. Learn the restrictions and loopholes of div transparency and what positions z-index actually works in. Do research, ask questions, type code from scratch! That’s the only real way to learn.
By posting a redux edit as your own, what you’ll be doing is basically ripping apart someone else’s code and simply calling it your own. But a redux edit is not truly yours and will never be yours. Neither will a base code edit, for that matter. It will always truly belong to the original coder, no matter how many times you claim it’s your edit. Because that’s all it is, an edit. A revised copy.
Do you know what will be yours? A code where you typed up everything from the beginning <html> to the end </html>. If you borrow scripts for things like tool-tips, hover effects, and icons, that’s fine. But at least make the bones of the theme yours, because if it’s not, what are you really accomplishing? What’s the point of putting work into something that will never truly be yours?
Nothing. There’s no point.(via cythemes) -
I was looking for fonts recently and fell in love with many, so I figured I’d compile all my favorites. Some of them require a tweet or Facebook post to download. All credit goes to their respective makers.
So to those that might not get many asks or just dont know what pose they might want to do here is the Palette-Pose Maker!!
And I think it goes without saying that if you get a number+letter that dont exist pick again!
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE TOP PART OR THE CREDITS