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Join me on Blayze! – blayze.com/zywx Prawn is an excellent Ruby library for generating PDF documents. Learn how to use it along with the Prawnto plugin in this episode.. Original source : http://railscasts.com/episodes/153-pdfs-with-prawn Host your rails apps easily : http://play.any.tv/SH5vs
Host Unlimited Websites for $3.88 Per Month with Powweb http://bit.ly/Powweb-Hosting-Sale Part 2 of the Contact Form and Validation Dreamweaver Tutorial by James @ http://www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk DOWNLOAD THE FORM VALIDATION FILES HERE: http://bit.ly/Contact-Form-Download ************************************************** COMMON TROUBLE SHOOTING ISSUES ************************************************** IMPORTANT: If your problem is not on the list below then if you want a reply to your problem then you need to put a link to the contact form you are building. * NO LINK = NO HELP * I’m not Harry Potter and I cannot shake my wand and say “Contacto Fixio” to make your contact form magically work so please [More]
Welcome to another python 3 basics video, in this video we’re going to now discuss the concept of global and local variables. When users begin using functions, they can quickly become confused when it comes to global and local variables… getting a the dreaded variable is not defined even when they clearly see that it is… or so they think. These terms of global and local correspond to a variable’s reach within a script or program. A global variable is one that can be accessed anywhere. A local variable is the opposite, it can only be accessed within its frame. [More]
This Illustrator tutorial shows how to export a web site mockup as an HTML file using a workaround from the Save for Web window. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Illustrator-tutorials/Illustrator-Web-Design/108130-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-lynda-108130-1205 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter twelve of the Illustrator for Web Design course presented by lynda.com author Justin Seeley. The Illustrator for Web Design course has a total duration of 5 hours and 27 minutes and covers topics such as building responsive layouts with artboards, producing custom color palettes and swatches for web graphics, and making vector shapes and text that seamlessly scale Illustrator for Web Design [More]