Frontpage CustomizationIntroductionFrontpage Customization by dionyziz
As web services evolve, users tend to require the ability to customize the web pages that they see, as if they were applications themselves. We have, therefore, arrived at a time where once famous web sites have grown to become so-called web applications, where they don't only serve the purpose of online documents, but allow users to modify them according to their needs.
Especially in a website related to art, this is more true, as users tend to have very specific tastes and likes; not only that, but when it also involves a large community, this tends to be an absolute requirement, since it is the only way to allow people to explore a wider range of art and artists. Hence, deviantART could not exist without such as feature.
This user guide aims at explaining how to use the Customizable Frontpage of deviantART, which can range from a very simple customization to a very complex one, if one decides to use the ex
deviantART Phenomenon Line Rider coming to Wii, DSfsk accidentally created an Internet phenomenon with his deviation Line Rider (click thumbnail below for link) in September, a simple Flash "toy" which allowed users to draw pictures on a screen for a character on a sled-like device to ride on until he wipes out. Since then, it has attracted over 16 million viewers on deviantART alone and inspired over 11,000 YouTube videos.deviantART Phenomenon Line Rider coming to Wii, DS by Plankhead
Today, Newport Beach, California based developer inXile Entertainment announced it had purchased Nintendo Wii and DS rights to Line Rider, and would ship the console versions in Spring 2007. inXile says Line Rider for the Wii and DS will have "new added features" but remains tight-lipped as to what they are.
"I have been around the interactive entertainment industry long enough to have seen similar phenomenon like Tetris and Bejeweled become massive international hits, and Line Rider has all the elements to do the same," said Brian Fargo
Getting the most out of your CSS Journals SixWelcome to part six of Getting the most out of your CSS Journals! I can't believe how far these articles have gone, and the support and questions I've been receiving about CSS and such. I'm actually on time with the article this week, and we have some great journals to showcase, as well as a few neat gadgets to showcase, such as adding an official-looking stamps box to your page, displaying CD covers when you hover over a link, and much more. You still reading this intro? Get moving onto the first section!Getting the most out of your CSS Journals Six by Grayda
Official-looking stamp boxes in your journals!
A LOT of people on dA use stamps. And why not? It's the best way to show your support for a club, person or something totally random. But sometimes you don't want to shove them all at the bottom. It's just too much of a pain, and can sometimes break your layout. So what to do?
Surely you know of dancewiththesky 's deviantEXPERIENCE, which not so long ago won a DD? This guy just doesn't know when to stop with the awesome ideas
New Subscriber Features! Way Back and New Channel!Wayback and devWatch Channel for Subscribers!New Subscriber Features! Way Back and New Channel! by lolly
Within the next few days, we will be adding two more features to the subscribers package!
The awesome Wayback feature and a custom devWatch Channel for the Customize option on the front page!
Way Back is the new subscriber feature talked about around when we were developing version 5, and in a nutshell it is a browse option that does basically what its name implies. You can choose a category like Portraits and choose to browse all the portraits from January 12th 2004 or jump over to Wallpapers and look for what was submitted for all of June 2003!
Now for subscribers, in addition to being able to customize 20 channels on the main page, you can now choose to make one of them be your deviantWatch. That's right, make one of them into your deviantWatch, and every time you go to the main page you can see the newest art from all the deviants you watch right there along with all your other favorite