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How To: Build patio walls with posts

Instructions for building wall panels and posts using Alan Block materials. This is How-to Sheet #190, for the Courtyard Collection. Combine walls and posts in a three step process: build a post, build one wall off the post, then build a second wall off the first. Corner blocks help make perfect corners, and have one long and one short side. Offset the vertical seems by alternating. Blocks used for the wall include Dublin center-split, Dublin end-split, and York center-split. You will need to...

How To: Add a post to WordPress blog or website

This is a brief video which demonstrates how to add a post to your WordPress blog or website. It's quite easy once you know how to go about it. So easy, in fact, that this free video tutorial can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over two minutes' time. For more information, and to get started creating posts on your own WordPress blog, take a look.

How To: Build segmental retaining walls

It's fun to be out in warm weather cutting big timbers and doing a project that sees quick, upward progress. In this video, you'll find instructions for building a post and plank-style retaining wall. This post-and-plank retaining system is based on the way seawalls (or bulkheads) work. You set posts into the ground, vertically, then plank behind them. This creates a wall with texture and shadow lines with nice hollows between the posts for plantings or grass. And, because there's so much pos...

News: Google's Camera App Is Getting a New Feature Photographers Will Love

Google Camera, the default shooting app on Nexus devices, is finally getting a feature we've been anticipating for years. As evidenced by a recent APK teardown done by Android Police, the beginnings of a new RAW capture mode have already been baked into the latest version of the app, which indicates that Google Camera will soon have the ability to store an unprocessed copy of the exact image your camera sensor captures.

How To: Create a new account, add and edit in Blogger

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to create a new account, add and edit in Blogger. First go to Blogger. On the home page click on ‘create a blog’. You will be taken to the account setting up page. Feed in all the details including our email. Then open your email and click on the confirmation link. You will then be taken to your dashboard or your home page. On this page you can click on ‘new post’ button and start writing your blog. When you do this a word proc...

How To: Sign up for Blogger account

logger is a free blog publishing tool from Google for easily sharing your thoughts with the world. Blogger makes it simple to post text, photos and video onto your personal or team blog. This video tutorial will walk you through the Blogger signup process. For more information, and to get started creating your own blog, watch this video guide.

How To: Process & validate forms in PHP

In these PHP basics video the tutor shows how to do form processing. Handling forms in PHP is basically the main functionality of PHP. The forms in HTML take the values of a from and send them to the PHP in real time to do the form processing. In this video the tutor shows how to make a HTML form from the scratch inserting a form into it with some fields and buttons. Now he makes the form post a method to a PHP page when you submit it. Now he shows how to make a PHP file from the scratch by w...

How To: Install a web page comment box using Dreamweaver CS4

This Dreamweaver CS4 tutorial takes you on a step by step process for installing an automated comment box system for your website. The system is a great way for communicating and interacting with your website users. It has a great feature that automatically sends you an email everytime someone comments in your website. Also it will allow you to post a reply by email.

How To: Insert an image gallery in a WordPress 3 blog post

If you need to display thumbnails on a WordPress page and link the smaller thumbs to the original larger pictures, this post shows the process involved, using the Lightbox plugi,n which creates a special overlay effect when an image link is clicked on. Every version of WordPress brings with it new features, new functions and new ways of doing things. Fortunately, the very same technology that allows an open-source blog publishing application like WordPress to exist in the first place also mak...

How To: Do Facebook smileys

This video illustrates the method of using Facebook smileys. The process is composed of the following steps -Step 1While typing a wall post or a message in Facebook , click on the smiley button present in the top right corner of the text box where are typing your text.Step 2You will be presented with a drop down menu with the smileys that can be used in Facebook. Select anyone of them and insert them in your post by right clicking on it.Step 3You can add any number of smileys by following the...

How To: Record screencasts in Camtasia Studio 5

This software tutorial gives you a good overview of how to record screencasts using Camtasia Studio 5. You will learn how to set up your computer for recording, and how to do some post-processing effects and techniques to your screencast in Camtasia Studio 5 after you have finished recording. If you plan to make podcasts or screencast tutorials, Camtasia Studio 5 is a great software to use, and this video will show you how to get started with it.

How To: Receive pop-up Facebook updates on a Mac OS X computer

Looking for an easy way to keep up with your Facebook comments and wall posts on an Apple computer? This clip will show you how it's done. With the official Facebook Desktop Notifications app, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at Tekzilla can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Modify a Glidecam with a Steadicam arm and vest

The lady shows how to make the steadicam arm to work with glidecam stabilizer. The steadicam arm is made such as only a steadicam can be fitted on that. The video describes how to make the usable for glidecam with three simple tools ,a 10 ounce hammer ,a long nose player and a flathead screwdriver. First take out the circular clip with which the post is secured with the screwdriver unscrew and pull the post out .Using the hammer straighten the post .The post will have a scratch but the straig...

How To: Build a stackable block post

In this how to video, you will learn how to build a post. Court yard posts create beautiful accents to your yards. They can be used as entry monuments and fence posts. When using corner blocks, make sure the long sides are at the outside of the post. First, place these corner blocks in a square. Align the blocks with the square. Next, place four more blocks on top of the original blocks. Make sure the blocks touch two blocks. Keep on stacking them to the desired height. Add two post caps. Sec...

How To: Install post and dowel fencing

My how-to on Post and Dowel Fencing. My buddy Sven and I, with the help of landowner Rex, installing a massive post & dowel Fence. You need a level, post hill driller, rock bar, and stakes. There are terminator, corner and line posts that have holes specifically for its position in the fence. It's like Lincoln logs that snap together. Lengths of the post vary, but you want 1/3 of the post underground. This is great for lining your property or farm.

How To: Make rolling pinwheels with post it's

From the creators of the Diet Coke and Mentos experiment, EeepyBird demonstrates how to have fun with sticky notes. All you need is a stack of post its, and a glue stick. Glue each post it to one another, alternating sides, to create a chain. Next connect in a post it circle & you get an amazing post it pinwheel! Fun paper craft project. Enjoy.

How To: Create a Post-it note in Photoshop

Now, instead of leaving Post-It notes on a monitor screen, you can create virtual Post-It notes in Adobe Photoshop! This is a quick tutorial for the intermediate to advanced user of Photoshop, showing you how to create a square, yellow graphic that looks strikingly like the Post-It notes you can find at office supply stores! Add to your website, incorporate in PowerPoint presentations, or use wherever you see a need for a virtual sticky note!

How To: Turn dates off in Blogger blog posts

Sometimes when making a blog post you'll want to post it without any date whatsoever. To do this is easy, and this short how-to from How to Mac, makes it easy as pie. This is a tutorial on how to turn off dates on your blogger blog posts. If you want to change the blog post dating system click on the formatting tab and change the first setting. To completely turn the dates off make sure you de select both the first and third option in the edit blog post window.

How To: Use front- and back-post double crochet stiches

The person in the video demonstrates how to do a front post and a back post double crochet. First she shows you what a post is. The body of the previous row of double crochet is the post. To do a front post double crochet, you should loop the thread over the hook and put the hook under the post through the hole before it and bring it out from the hole on the other side of the post. Then you can loop the thread over the hook again and pull the hook out through the same way it went in. Then you...

How To: Create visually stunning compositions from 3D renders in After Effects

Compositing and color correction are important and integral steps in processing a 3D render after it is generated in Cinema 4D, 3D Studio Max or any other 3D package. Compositing transforms simple renders and provides them with life, vibrancy and atmosphere. In this demonstration, Greyscale Gorilla breaks down a 5 second project from Rich Hinchcliffe and demonstrates how Rich uses Adobe After Effects, color correction, blurs, ReelSmart Motion BLur, Frischluft Lens Care and Lens Flares to tran...

How To: Render a Star Wars light saber in Blender 2.5

This Blender 2.5 video tutorial tackles something that is on most people's "create -before-I-die" list, a Jedi light saber. This tutorial focuses in on the post-processing aspect by setting up a node network to create the effect of the glowing blade. Modeling is not covered in this tutorial. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well s...

How To: Play "Never Too Late" by 3 Days Grace

Learning to play the guitar can be a stressful, tedious process, especially when trying to master today's song by ear. This easy to follow video tutorial takes even the most novice guitarist through 3 Days Grace hit song "Never Too Late." She'll play the song in full, and then break it down in easy to follow steps, posting both guitar terminology for the experienced musician, or shows you where to place your fingers on the neck of the instrument for more novice guitar players. No matter if yo...

How To: Manage photos in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos.

How To: Build a website in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos.

How To: Manage color in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos.

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