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We are just one day away from a huge event that will affect the entire digital advertising industry

From September 1, Google's Chrome browser will begin blocking Adobe Flash ads, favoring HTML5 ads instead. More than 90% of rich media ads (ads that are animated, or change when a user's mouse pointer passes over them) on desktop use...Show More Summary

Create a Relaxing, Vibrant, Fantasy Lake Scene With Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a colorful fantasy scene using a range of photo manipulation techniques. First we'll create a lake scene from two sky images using a custom Displacement Map. Then we'll add the boat, roses and dove, and blend them together using adjustment layers, masking and brushes. Show More Summary

28+ Dreamweaver Website Templates Free

It is very time spending to Make perfect custom css template design so here we have included some free Dreamweaver  templates which incorporates pre-made CSS formats to play around with. Adobe Dreamweaver gives you a chance to effortlessly alter the css layouts without much issues. Show More Summary

RIP Adobe Flash: Google, Amazon Dump Auto-Playing Flash Ads, Steve Jobs’ Prophecy Comes True

This is one of those redefining moments for the Internet industry: Effective September 1st, Adobe Flash will be almost history. Google and Amazon, two of the world’s largest Internet companies, have announced that they will no longer support Adobe Flash advertisements on their platform. Show More Summary

In Just A Few Days, Chrome Will Effectively Kill Flash Ads

With the steady adoption of newer web technologies by browser vendors, Adobe Flash is inching ever closer to its electronic demise. Come 1 September, Google will be giving it a little push, when Chrome will start pausing Flash-based advertisements by default. More »      

Google sounds the death knell for Adobe Flash

Starting in September, the Google Chrome web browser will no longer automatically show Adobe Flash advertisements, the search giant announced yesterday. Chrome is the second most popular browser for desktop and laptop computers, with about 28% market share, behind only Microsoft Internet Explorer, according to NetMarketshare. Show More Summary

Google Chrome drives another nail in Flash’s coffin

Ding, dong, Adobe Flash is almost dead! With execs at major tech companies calling for Adobe to set a firm death date for Flash, Google has taken a more proactive step to push Flash into its grave. Ars Technica informs us that starting...Show More Summary

Google Chrome to Block Most Flash Ads from Next Week On

Citing battery drain, Google has announced its Chrome browser will block all non-essential Adobe Flash Player content, including ads.

Google Chrome Will Block Flash Ads, Auto-Playing Videos Starting Sept. 1

If you hate the blast of noise and music that hits your ears every time an auto-playing video unexpectedly goes off on a web page you’ve just opened, rejoice: Google Chrome will be blocking all Adobe Flash content deemed not central to a web page starting Sept. 1. This means auto-playing ads and videos (on non-video websites) will be automatically … [More]

Adobe issues hotfix patch for ColdFusion vulnerability

The XXE security flaw could result in user information leaks and theft.

Animate a Cute Vector Bicycle in Adobe After Effects

What You'll Be Creating One of the great advantages of a vector graphic is that it is not only easy to edit and scale to any size, but you can also make it move! Sound like magic? Follow this tutorial and learn how to make your cute vector bicycle ride on an infinite loop in Adobe After Effects! 1. Show More Summary

Old Monterey gardens host plein-air weekend

Local artists will set up their easels in and around the gardens gracing early 19th century adobes and other historic sites in Old Monterey during Art in the Gardens. Docents and gardeners will be on hand to provide information on development...Show More Summary

Google Chrome Will Freeze Non-Important Flash Files In The Future

It is no secret that Adobe’s Flash is no longer the web darling that it once used to be. In fact the recent discovery of Flash zero-day vulnerabilities has led to browsers such as Firefox blocking all Flash content, and seeing majorShow More Summary

Chrome will start automatically pausing less important Flash content on September 1

Google has been working with Adobe to make Flash content more power-efficient in Chrome. In March, a setting was introduced to play less Flash content on the page, but it wasn’t turned on by default, and in June, the option was enabled in the browser’s beta channel. Google also hinted all users would get the […]

Adobe Photoshop for Kids: Funny Faces!

What You'll Be Creating Fun house mirrors are a great tradition of county fairs and festivals. There's something particularly entertaining and humorous about seeing your face distorted into unnatural proportions. Of course, it's allShow More Summary

Video Tutorial: Recover a missing image from an Adobe Illustrator file

Based on this post at the Graphic Mac, the folks at Webucator put together this handy video tutorial on how to recover a missing image from an Adobe Illustrator file. Related posts: How to recover a missing image link from an Adobe Illustrator file Illustrator gradient mesh tutorial Tutorial: Enhance your vector image with Adobe Photoshop

Adobe’s New Mobile Photo Editor Expected To Debut In October

A couple of years ago Adobe launched Photoshop Touch. This was an app designed for mobile phones that would bring some of Photoshop’s photo editing tools to smartphones and tablets. However earlier this year, Adobe basically killed off the app in which they stated that they would be discontinuing it. Show More Summary

Adobe's next mobile photo editor could be revealed in October

When Adobe announced it was discontinuing its mobile Photoshop Touch app earlier this year, it hinted at greater things to come in a mysterious project code-named "Project Rigel." While it listed a vague "late 2015" availability at the time, a recent CNET report suggests we'll be formally introduced to Adobe's new offering this October. Show More Summary

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