LESS THAN A MINUTES | CREATE TEXT ANIMATIONS | TUTORIAL STEP BY STEPS with Source Code+Subtitle

LESS THAN A MINUTES | CREATE TEXT ANIMATIONS | TUTORIAL STEP BY STEPS with Source Code+Subtitle


In this tutorial, together we’ll learn a codes… …how to make TEXT ANIMATION COLLECTIONS on Your Own Pages WEBSITE. As you can see in this video. You can created, changed or modification your Intro’s Video less than a minutes. All your creations… …can puts on your intro’s video or on your persentations at school, collage or office. From now on, you wont puts static background on your intro’s video… …but you’ll makes a dinamics intro’s video with Text Animation on it. These videos are from pages that will build later on. Text animations was capture on Mozilla or Chrome , using screen recording application called Active Presenter. If you wants start to make this pages, source codes are available on this video, check on description below for more details. You will learn steps by steps how to make this pages. In this tutorials you’ll find techniques, solutions dan many things intersting. These codes are using webproggraming language such as… …HTML, CSS3 and Vanilla JavaScript with no singles frameworks or plug-ins. Before you watch all these contents./ Please support us by clicking SUBSCRIBES’s button. Enjoy your quality times…

Adding a Video to your Shopify Theme || Shopify Help Center 2017

Adding a Video to your Shopify Theme || Shopify Help Center 2017


In this video, I’m gonna show you how to add a video to your online store’s Home page. Adding a video is a great way to engage your customers and generate interest in your store. You can create your own videos to share or you can link to videos that relate to your brand. Please note that you must be using a theme that supports sections to follow the instructions in this video. You can install sectioned themes from the Shopify Theme store. Ok, so let’s get started. In your Shopify Admin, go to Online store and then click Themes. Scroll down to a theme that supports sections and click the customize theme button I’m going to work with the Brooklyn theme in this video. In the navigation sidebar on the Sections tab, click the Add section link. So now we’re going to add a video section to the home page. Although I’m using the Brooklyn theme, the steps here are the same if you are using a different sectioned theme. So to add a video, I’m going to add a Featured video section to my home page. You can add videos that are hosted on either YouTube or Vimeo. You simply need to paste the video’s URL. So the steps for adding a video are the same for Vimeo and YouTube videos. Okay, so I’m going to paste a link to a video on YouTube. When you paste the link, the preview area updates to show your video. So you’ll be able to verify right away whether your link worked. If you want, you can resize the video. I like my video’s width at 100%, so I’m going to leave it at that size. So now that I’m finished, I just click Save to add the video to my home page. [Music]

Installing the Hikvision plugin for Firefox on MacOSX

Installing the Hikvision plugin for Firefox on MacOSX


Log into your Hikvision portal and select software. Select 02 Web Components. Select the Mac OSX operating system and click download. If the plugin at first fails to download, continue to your finder and control click open to download the plugin. Make sure your plugin is activated for Firefox by selecting menu, add-ons, and then plugins. Cameras that are live and have recordings will now be visible from within Firefox.

2.2 HTML5 and CSS3: Working with Images

2.2 HTML5 and CSS3: Working with Images


Images are an important part of any webpage. In this video, we will apply an image as our new background,
and then add an image to serve as our banner. To make the background an image instead of a solid color, find the CSS rule that targets the body tag, this
should be near the top of the page. Click at the end of the line that contains the background-color property
and press the Enter key to create a new line. Then, type the CSS code seen on screen. Next, we can remove the border that we applied to the wrapper in
Part One of the training series, we no longer need it. Locate the “div.wrapper” class and highlight the line
of code that defines the border property, then, press the Delete key. Next, we’re going to add a banner to our page. To add a banner, locate the div tag with class banner applied to it, and click in-between the opening and closing div tags. Next, type the HTML code seen on screen. Now, we want to make our banner a
link that links back to the homepage. To make our banner a link, type the following HTML code after
the opening div tag with the class “banner” applied to it, but before the our image tag. Then, close the anchor tag we just created by typing
the following HTML code after the image tag, but before the closing div tag. Now that we have made our image a link, a
border may appear around the image in some browsers. To remove the border, we must define default styling for any
image tag we may add to our web page. To define the default styling, click after the closing
curly brace after for the class “a.navbuttons:hover” and press the Enter key to create a new line. Then, type the CSS code seen on screen.