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    Clickbank Review anyone?

    I have a feeling that clickbank shaves its affiliates off commissions. They have a ridiculous return rate simply because half the products on there are complete trash, and thier payout terms are terrible. Is it NET 30? So my question is...what is your experience with clickbank? Did you have a...
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    Adobe Illustrator

    It's primarily made to create vector images, so if you're interested in doing that, definitely give it a shot. Photoshop is typically use for pun intended, and it is a completely different beast from illustrator. I like using a tablet when I'm using illustrator because it uses the...
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    Compressing your CSS files

    Wow, great tool man. I definitely didn't know you could speed up your site by trimming the css code. Thanks for letting me know :)
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    Form Box - Photoshop Cs6

    You have to use the images and code them. If you have dreamweaver, you could code the box using the photoshop images there. If not, just use notepad.
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    Where did you find HTML?

    I found HTML because I wanted to build websites. Yeah, I know it's pretty general, but I started reading a for Dummies book, and I liked the entire concept. I've been coding for a good 4+ years now, so I'm pretty good at HTML.
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    Center Div

    <html> <head> <style type="text/css"> #image { padding-top:25%; padding-left:50%; } </style> </head> <body> <div id=image><img src="" /></div> </body> </html> that should work
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    Why learn Jquery

    Jquery is a library and javascript is the coding language. Basically Jquery makes it easier for you to do certain functions. INstead of writing 20 lines of javascript code to show/hide a div, you could use jquery and use one line instead. I'll advise you to learn jquery after you learn...
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    Center Div

    Change the .image to #image because id's use the # and classes use the . Then play around with the percentage until you get the desired results.
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    Center Div

    No. like so: <html> <head> <style type="text/css"> #image { padding-top: 10%;} </style> </head> <body> <center> <div id="image"><img src="" /></div> </center> </body> </html> Play around with the percentages for...
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    Domain money exchange site is for sale

    Try selling it on flippa. It looks like a good domain name that would sell well. If you want to make some money you could hire someone to design the site and sell it for a quick flip.
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    CSS/Design books?

    I suck at designing webpages and I typically veer away from doing any front end work. I'm looking to switch from only doing backend development to the front end/design and was wondering which books/tutorials/websites you guys recommend I use to improve my CSS skills. I know basic CSS, but I...
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    Blackhat SEO

    SEO in general IS blackhat. It's manipulating the serps to raise ranks, so there is no difference between WhiteHat & Blackhat SEO. The tactics you listed above are very old (like 04-08 old) and they don't work. I wouldn't suggest using those techniques in normal consumer niches like (weight...
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    What version of Photoshop are you currently using?

    Gimp sucks so much. I know for a fact that the user interface was made by a bunch of cats who know nothing about design. I'm using Photoshop CS5 because that's the only stable version that works on my linux box. On my windows desktop, I have CS6 on it, but I don't use that often.
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    Center Div

    You'll want to set the padding up top to 50% in the css, so it brings down the div half way to the page. <div id=image><img src="url" /></div> And for CSS .image { padding-top:50%;}
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    4 years+ HTML experience

    I think this is the first time I ever signed up to an HTML forum, so this is new for me :D ANYWAYS...I've been coding HTML for the past 4 years and I've pretty much reached a point where I could probably do it while I'm asleep. Just introducing myself to the forum, and wanted to offer help to...