Does anyone know what Hex colors would go well with this picture?

Question by sometimes x: Does anyone know what Hex colors would go well with this picture?

Does anyone know what hex colors would go with this picture? Only hex colors, please.

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Answer by hp_resource
711a48 – purple
55777d – blue-gray
d3006f – pink (use only sparingly, for accent)

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Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopFriday, May 3, 2013 – 5:00 pm to Sunday, May 5, 2013 – 4:00 pmIn this relaxed yet informative weekend art workshop, you will learn to interpret what you see in the natural world through observations and structural analysis. The art of drawing will be the focus with the intent of skill development in rendering line, shape, value and colour accurately and expressively. Basic perspective, composition and lighting will be discussed and applied in attainable exercises. A variety of media will be explored such as graphite, charcoal, pastel and ink. Participants will be able to choose from a range of subject matter. Instructor will give daily demonstrations and provide support and feedback as needed. Advance registration is required. This course is open to all. Space is limited. A minimum of 10 participants required to run the course. Instructor – Marta Scythes Marta Scythes is a medical illustrator, fine artist and educator. She has taught at St. Lawrence College, Southampton Art School, PEI School of Art, Queen’s University and the Haliburton School of The Arts, Fleming College for several years. Marta has illustrated for Harrowsmith Magazine and Harper Collins (New York). McClelland and Stewart published her pencil and ink illustrations in their best-selling UP NORTH nature series as well as in The Canadian Encyclopedia. In May 2012, Simon & Schuster released the best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young which features Marta¹s carbon illustrations. Marta has created and produced two scientific animations on Type 1 Diabetes for The Hospital for Sick Children. Learn more about Marta athttp://www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/~marta. Required Materials: Course materials are not provided, please see Art in Nature Required Materials List (PDF). If you have difficulty downloading this document, please request a copy by e-mail from rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca. Registration Fee: Option 1: $115.00 plus HST – Workshop only. Option 2: $175.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights in double room accommodations. Each double rooms has two single beds, a sink, dresser, two desks and chairs. Double rooms may be shared with other workshop participants. Cost includes accommodations for one person. Option 3: $205.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights single room accommodations. Single rooms at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment are equipped with an en suite bathroom with shower, a dresser, desk and chair. Maximum of 6 available. Materials are not provided. Participants are responsible for proving their own meals and refreshments. Guests staying on site will have access to our self-serve kitchen/lounge for meal preparation. Once your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail. The University of Waterloo will also send you an invoice, either by e-mail or mail, for the course deposit fee of $50 (including HST). Applicants will later be notified as soon as enough registrations have been received to run the workshop. If we do not receive enough registrations and the workshop is cancelled, deposits will be returned. Once the workshop is confirmed with enough registrants, if a participant cancels for reasons other than medical/compassionate, the deposit will not be returned. However, ifa replacement registrant is found, then the deposit will be returned for a cancellation. How to Register: Advance registration is required. This event is open to all. To register please complete our online registration form athttp://uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-summit-centre/interpreting-nature or contact Robin Brushey, at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment at 705-571-0259 or rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca.  Host Waterloo Summit Centre for the EnvironmentEvent website Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopLocation Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment 87 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville P1H 1E7Canada

Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopFriday, Might 3, 2013 – 5:00 pm to Sunday, Might 5, 2013 – 4:00 pmIn this relaxed yet informative weekend art workshop, you will learn to interpret what you see in the natural world through observations and structural analysis. The art of drawing will be the focus with the intent of skill development in rendering line, shape, value and colour accurately and expressively. Basic perspective, composition and lighting will be discussed and applied in attainable exercises. A variety of media will be explored such as graphite, charcoal, pastel and ink. Participants will be healthy to select from a range of subject matter. Teacher will give regular demonstrations and wage support and feedback as needed. Advance registration is required. This course is open to all. Space is limited. A minimum of 10 participants required to run the course. Teacher – Marta Scythes Marta Scythes is a medical illustrator, fine artist and educator. She has taught at St. Lawrence College, Southampton Art School, PEI School of Art, Queen’s University and the Haliburton School of The Arts, Fleming College for several years. Marta has illustrated for Harrowsmith Magazine and Harper Collins (New York). McClelland and Stewart published her pencil and ink illustrations in their best-selling UP NORTH nature series as well as in The Canadian Encyclopedia. In Might 2012, Simon & Schuster released the best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young which features Marta¹s carbon illustrations. Marta has created and produced two scientific animations on Type 1 Diabetes for The Hospital for Sick Children. Learn more about Marta athttp://www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/~marta. Required Materials: Course materials are not provided, please see Art in Nature Required Materials List (PDF). If you have difficulty downloading this document, please request a copy by e-mail from rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca. Registration Fee: Option 1: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop only. Option 2: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights in double room accommodations. Each double rooms has two single beds, a sink, dresser, two desks and chairs. Double rooms might be shared with other workshop participants. Cost includes accommodations for one person. Option 3: 5.00 plus HST – Workshop and two nights single room accommodations. Single rooms at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment are equipped with an en suite bathroom with shower, a dresser, desk and chair. Maximum of 6 available. Materials are not provided. Participants are responsible for proving their own meals and refreshments. Guests staying on site will have access to our self-serve kitchen/lounge for meal preparation. Once your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail. The University of Waterloo will also send you an invoice, either by e-mail or mail, for the course deposit fee of (including HST). Applicants will later be notified as soon as enough registrations have been received to run the workshop. If we do not receive enough registrations and the workshop is cancelled, deposits will be returned. Once the workshop is confirmed with enough registrants, if a participant cancels for reasons other than medical/compassionate, the deposit will not be returned. However, ifa replacement registrant is found, then the deposit will be returned for a cancellation. How to Register: Advance registration is required. This event is open to all. To register please complete our online registration form athttp://uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-summit-centre/interpreting-nature or contact Robin Brushey, at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment at 705-571-0259 or rbrushey@uwaterloo.ca.  Host Waterloo Summit Centre for the EnvironmentEvent website Interpreting Nature Weekend Art WorkshopLocation Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment 87 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville P1H 1E7Canada
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What is the workaround for this IE table resize bug?

Question by AD: What is the workaround for this IE plateau resize bug?
I have a plateau containing some other html elements. When I dynamicly hide and show these elements the containing plateau will expand to fit the elements. The plateau however will not contract to fit the elements when they are hidden. The only way I have been healthy to fix this is by adding the HTML attribute “border=1” to the element. CSS borders have no effect.

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Answer by SLIFOX
just use firefox

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Q&A: Why are there red blocks on this website where graphics should be?

Question by pat: Why are there red blocks on this website where graphics should be?
Every time the yahoo webpage comes up there are red blocks covering some of the graphics.

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Answer by HappyFooFoo
Try deleting temporary world wide web files, cookies, etc.

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What is this job title? Someone who writes content for a website?

Question by guitarbound2004: What is this job title? Someone who writes content for a website?
Someone who writes content for a website?

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Answer by baz
Unfortunately the title doesn’t tell you much, but I’ve heard that position called a Web Editor or Copy Editor. At Yahoo! (where I used to work) we called that a Content Manager.

Hope that helps.

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meta tags and dreamweaver css. can someone explain this and because when i search for my site in never shows.?

Question by “0-6 DEEGAN”: meta tags and dreamweaver css. can someone explain this and because when i search for my site in never shows.?

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Answer by Gruumsh
Most search engines really don’t bother with meta tags any more. What’s more important is that your key words appear in your URL and your title, subtitles, Image text properties, and links to outbound sites.

The next step if you want to increase your rank would be to get other websites linking to yours.

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This is me

A few nice css getting started images I found:

This is me
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This is me. I work on the web.

I was pretty much destined to end up here from the moment my parents gave me my first 286 computer. I got heavily into DOS games and personal graphics (raytracing!) and all that jazz. During Applied Computing at high school I connected to my first BBS and the world wide web not long after. In my first year at uni discovered IRC and the wonders of online communication. It contributed heavily to my academic demise thou and I left Personal Science due to too much maths and not enough interest on my part.

I started leaning more to my creative side as I left the Personal Science degree and ventured into the world of multimedia design. I ended up majoring in 3D animation, but won several web design awards and none for my 3D! It was then I realised how painstakingly hard and time consuming 3D was and decided to venture more into web design. I finished my honours year in 2001 in which I prefabricated a student community forum called the Students of Design Association (SODA). This got me heavily into CSS based layouts, and for anyone who remembers it, it was one of the first sites to grant people to switch (and more impressively create their own) styles to suit their preferences. SODA also got me heavily into trouble, which is the reason it’s not around any more, but that’s another story.

During my last 2 years at uni I started tutoring students in many areas of web design, and eventually went on to lecture in the field. At the time the uni was still teaching plateau based designs to students, but with my impetus the wonderful world of CSS based layouts slowly got assimilated into the curriculum.

Supplemented by my freelance business and contract Flash animation work at various agencies in Perth I survived for the next couple of years. I developed a broad range of skills but mostly focussed on graphic design and front end coding. I still hate Javascript to this day.

In 2004 I drove around Australia to get some perspective, then returned to work full time for Cube 7 and then Papercut Media where I was immersed in two very unfamiliar worlds. Macs and print design. Reluctant at first, but soon a advocate for both, I went about cursing the "spinning gay wheel" and losing lots of hair (see picture) over ink limits, bleeds, spot colours and dot gain.

In primeval 2006 I moved to Melbourne and continued to work for Papercut from afar. We set up VPNs and VOIP phones and it was just like being in an office that just happens to span the country. I still freelance for them on a regular basis as well as now working part-time for Oxfam Australia as their web designer.

I owe a lot of my career to the gentle prodding from my parents to follow a creative path. My papa was a lecturer in design for 30 yrs and cut his teeth working in the graphics department of the ABC (back when the backdrops behind the news reader were painstakingly hand drawn and typeset on cardboard then held up behind them!). My mum was a lecturer in Art History and English and continues to lecture me in both to this day 😉

I’ve also been inspired and pushed in many different directions by lots and lots of colleagues and friends. Graham Milton, Hamish Innes-Brown, Nat Brunovs, Patrick Pittman, Simon Wright and Priscilla Brice-Weller are the main ones to blame. Bastards.

So yeah, that’s me. I’m Michael Efford and I work on the web.

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Or at least the half of it that I could get in the shot.

Not shown (out of shot) are the cupboard and filing unit, coffee station, beer fridge, and café plateau and chairs.

Is any new technology for this year to promote a website?

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Question by jenin A: Is any new technology for this year to promote a website?
Is any new technology for this year (2010) to promote a website? I research about it but I didn’t find any good on it…. Please give me some tips

Best answer:

Answer by suresh
Cloud computing appears to be gaining at a very faster phase. I would recommend that you do a tiny bit of research on it.
All the major companies like Google, Microsoft , HP are turning their attention to cloud computing.
Hope this helps!!

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