9 Tips To Make Your Website Load Faster


One of the most important aspects of any website is loading time.  No matter how flashy your graphics or interesting your content is, if it doesn’t appear to the visitor in a speedy manner, it’s unlikely they’ll ever see any of it.  Below we’ve outlined some helpful tips to ensure that your website will load in a blink of an eye and keep your viewers in place!

1. Optimize, optimize, optimize.

In the event that your pages have more than five images displayed on them, you will want to optimize the images for the Internet. This essentially means using a mode of compression to make the images smaller and load faster.  Many commercial websites use this technique to great effect – how do you think Facebook loads so quickly?  A good rule of thumb is to use GIF files as much as possible at lower optimizations when it comes to the graphics on your page.  Insofar as photographs are concerned, highly compressed JPGS are good.  PNG files tend to take up a lot of space, and don’t go anywhere near a bitmap!

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2. Physical distance still matters in the virtual age.

If your web host is farther than forty miles away from where you live, you might want to look into getting a new host.  You can figure out where your web host is located by doing a simple ping test.  If the ping test shows that your web host is on the other side of the planet, you might want to consider hosting elsewhere.  The closer they are to you, the faster your load times will be.

3. Is your web host’s equipment cheap?

These days, it seems as though you can get your website hosted for less than pennies on the dollar.  In general this would be seen as a good thing for those of us who don’t have hundreds of dollars a month to spend on hosting, but it could also be affecting your load times.  Cheaper companies often use cheaper equipment, which means that your visitors might have to wait longer for your pages to load.  Remember: you get what you pay for.  This applies to web hosts, as well.  Weigh the cost of web hosting against how much traffic your website gets – if you’re having thousands of visitors per day, it might be worth it to upgrade to a more expensive web host that utilizes better equipment.

4. Cache it.

Want to get your website to load quick as a blink for your repeat visitors?  Enable PHP caching. This will instruct the browser to load the website once and then store away the images and everything else for later retrieval.  This way there’s only one time that the visitor has to wait for the Internet to produce the images.

5. Is your bandwidth slow?

Most larger hosts have multiple bandwidth providers in order to handle a lot of traffic.  You can check to see how fast your own bandwidth is by performing a trace route test.  Once you’ve done that, check to see if your provider is linked up with companies such as Sprint, Level (3) Communications, AT&T, MCI-Verizon or Mizma.  If it is, your bandwidth has a good chance of being fast – but many of the smaller web hosts can’t afford to partnership with these companies.  How important this is to you depends on the size of your website.  If you’re running a larger page, you might want to consider moving to a web host that works with one of the above companies.  This will go a long way toward ensuring that your pages load reliably and quickly for many visitors!

6. Keep your CSS files small.

If your CSS is over 75KB in size, it could be dragging your user’s experience down.  If you run a smaller website, be sure to keep it below this number.  However, if you have a bigger website with lots of pages with a lot of graphics and code, it might be necessary to exceed this amount. Should this be the case, be sure to monitor your website regularly and remove pieces of code that you no longer use regularly.  It may also be worth your time and money to pay a web designer to go through and edit your CSS to help you trim the fat, particularly if you are running a larger operation.

Unoptimized CSS

Unoptimized CSS

Optimized CSS

Optimized CSS

7. How are your databases optimized?

Poorly optimized databases can slow your website down.  If you’re not sure how to do this, simply run a Google search on database optimization for the lowdown.  There’s literally hundreds of ways to make sure that your databases are optimized for maximum performance.

8. Cool down the hotlinking.

The term “hotlinking” refers to when another website uses your website as a server for files.  For example, if you have a video file embedded on your website and another website embeds the same file yet uses your source code, that website is hotlinking.  This means that the second website is using your bandwidth to play that file.  Hotlinking takes up enormous amounts of a website’s bandwith and can really slow down your load time.  In order to eliminate hotlinking, you can check if social networking websites, such as MySpace, show up in your referral files or if a certain file is being served more often than the page that the file is located on.  If you notice hotlinking, you can usually access hotlinking protection through the control panels of your web host. If not, you may need to take the file down.

9. Use less JavaScript code and compress it!

Simpler code always leads to faster page loads.  One way to get your page’s JavaScript up to code is to remove the comments and compress it – this essentially takes out the line breaks and makes your JavaScript into one long sentence.  However, if you are not an experienced JavaScript user, this could make your code harder to read, so be sure that you know what you’re doing before you use it.  If you’re not confident in your abilities to read JavaScript without comments or line breaks, keep them in.  It’s a giant headache to undo JavaScript compression once it’s done!

Uncompressed JavaScript

Uncompressed JavaScript

Compressed JavaScript

Compressed JavaScript

With these tips in mind, get out on the web and make your presence known!  If you have a well optimized website that loads fast and is easy to navigate, you’ve already won half the battle.  The rest of it is all in your content and user experience – but having a quickly loading website is the first step in making sure that web surfers stick around long enough to see it!

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Negotiating Skills Will Get You Ahead


Negotiating skills can help you manage lots of different kinds of life situations, both at work and in your personal relationships. Here are a few examples of where these skills can help you build an even better life for yourself:

  1. Many family situations require negotiating with others. Deciding which movie to see, planning how to spend money, choosing a vacation spot, and many other decisions work best when you have these skills.
  2. Being a good negotiator enables you to get what you want more often without resorting to becoming aggressive or pushy. Negotiating with others is more effective than simply demanding what you want or just caving in.
  3. You will be more successful in the workplace if you know how to negotiate. These skills enable you to stand up for yourself and get what you want more often without harming relationships with bosses and coworkers.
  4. Negotiation skills increase your personal effectiveness in any group situation, such as volunteer groups, the PTO, and church or synagogue groups.
  5. Knowing how to negotiate lessens the chances that others will take advantage of you.
  6. Negotiating a fair solution makes you feel good about yourself and increases others’ respect for you.

What Successful Negotiators Do

What exactly is negotiation? It is a set of skills that anyone can learn. When researchers have observed the behavior of negotiators, they learned that the most successful negotiators do the following things:

  1. They plan ahead. Successful negotiations are rarely spontaneous. Taking the time to analyze the situation and think through your strategy is perhaps the most important element of negotiating success. This is true whether you are negotiating an important contract for your employer or negotiating your vacation plans with your family.
    Example: Anthony wants to begin running again to get into better physical shape. He became a new father 18 months ago and has had no time to exercise. He anticipates that Belinda, his wife, will resist any discussion of his wanting to take time for himself, since the responsibilities of parenthood are so time-consuming. For a while, he avoids the subject, fearing that it will turn into an argument. Then he starts to feel angry and resentful. He decides to negotiate with Belinda and begins by making a list of his needs and wants, as well as her needs and wants.
  2. They are willing to consider a wide range of outcomes and options rather than rigidly insisting on a specific result. Negotiators who are most successful are open-minded and avoid being locked in to one outcome. They are willing to consider many possibilities and combinations of options.

    Example: Lisa is feeling very stressed by the long commute to her job. She was thinking of resigning until she decided to make a list of other options. She came up with several alternatives: working from home two days a week, working part-time rather than full-time, working flexible hours to avoid rush hour traffic, and working from home every fourth week.

  3. They look for common ground rather than areas of conflict. Pointing out areas where you and the other person are already in agreement conveys an attitude of cooperation and lessens any feeling of opposition.

    Example: Sandy wants her next car to be a Volvo because of their reputation for safety. George wants a sports car. She says, Lets talk about what we agree on. First, we both agree that the car has to have a strong safety record. Second, we want to buy a new car, not a used one like last time. And third, weve set our price range as $40,000 or less.

  4. They discuss the key issues in order of priority. Have a clear idea of what the two or three key issues are and which is the most important. Start with the most important issues and proceed to those that matter less. If you can reach agreement on the most important things, the lesser issues will most likely be easier to resolve.

    Example: Carol wants her next family vacation to be something really special—either a Caribbean cruise or a trip to San Francisco. She and her family have visited relatives or stayed at home for the past few years. She wants the family to have an experience they will always remember before Todd, their adolescent son, grows up and moves away. She sees the key issues as follows: (1) There are only three years left before Todd leaves. He is not likely to join us for a vacation after he finishes school; (2) It is important to have an exceptional vacation at least once in your life; (3) If we plan ahead and save the money, we will be able to afford the cost of such a trip.

  5. Skillful negotiators avoid behavior that the other person is likely to consider annoying. This includes any of the following kinds of behavior: having an aggressive or intimidating manner, using sarcasm, using negative body language, or talking loudly. Not only do skilled negotiators avoid such behavior, they work hard at conveying an attitude of cooperation, reasonableness, openness, and friendliness.

    Example: Jed is negotiating the details of his new job with his new employer in the Chicago area. When Jed moves from Memphis to Chicago to begin work, he wants Sarah, his new boss, to give him three paid days off to get settled in his new apartment. Sarah is resisting the idea. Jed says, I thought you would be more understanding about what it takes to get settled. A reasonable person would see that this is a small request. This sarcastic remark is likely to create some doubts in Sarahs mind rather than convince her to give Jed what he wants.

  6. Good negotiators avoid participating in a defend/attack spiral. You know what this sounds like:
    • A attacks B
    • B defends herself and attacks A
    • A defends herself and attacks B
    • B defends herself and attacks A

    Weve all experienced being caught in one of these spirals and know how nonproductive they are. Rather than perpetuating such a process, the successful negotiator puts a stop to it by choosing not to say anything that would be perceived as aggressive or defensive.

    Example A

     Jim: I cant believe you are being so rigid.

    Anne: Rigid! You should talk! You are completely bull-headed.

    Jim: Right! You should try listening to yourself. You are impossible.

    Example B

     Jim: I cant believe you are being so rigid.

    Anne: Youre not happy with what Ive asked for.

    Jim: Youre damn right! You have to consider what I want.

    Anne: Tell me more about it, then. Ill be happy to listen.

    In example A, Jim and Anne dig themselves in deeper with each statement. In example B, Anne blocks the defend/attack spiral and makes it possible for communication to resume.

With practice, you can learn to use these simple skills to get more of what you want in life—without coming across like a bully. In fact, these skills help you reach agreements that are more likely to satisfy both parties while maintaining a positive relationship. Try them in your work life or at home—they work equally well in either setting.

Garrett Coan is a professional therapist, coach and psychotherapist. His two Northern New Jersey office locations are accessible to individuals who reside in Bergen County, Essex County, Passaic County, Rockland County, and Manhattan. He offers online and telephone coaching and counseling services for those who live at a distance. He can be accessed through www.creativecounselors.com or 201-303-4303.

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60 Free and Beautiful .PSD UI Elements for Your Web Applications


The number of web apps nowadays dramatically increased, thanks to some very talented people who wanted to make our lives easier. But to build a successful app requires more than a very smart idea. A clean and elegant User Interface Kit has to beautify the app, in order to create a nice user experience. Therefore, I gathered 60 free, clean and trends-following UI Kits, ready to be downloaded and used in your projects!

Black UI Elements

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Grayness UI Kitt

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UI for Japan

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Green Contact Form

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Clean and Sexy Form Elements

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Blue and White GUI Kit

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Signup Modal Box

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Bloom UI Kit

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Progress and loading bars

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Toggle Switch Variations

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Apple Styled UI Elements

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Gray & White Form Elements

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Orange Interactive Elements

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Silver and Gray User Interface Elements

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Dark UI Elements

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Contact Form with Tabs

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Form Elements

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Progress Bar

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Gray Elements

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UI Kit

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Dark Menu Items

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CSS3 Buttons

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Newsletter Sign Up Form Interface

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Interface Elements for Forms

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Contact Form Interface with Selected States

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Solid UI Kit

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Simple UI Elements

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Horizontal Drop-Down Menu

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Big Block UI

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Blue Modern Web UI

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Sleek Calendar

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Login Signup Form Element

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Blue UI Kit PSD

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Gray UI Icon Set

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Black UI Icon Set

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Navigation Bar

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Design Elements

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Small GUI Pack

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Web Elements

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Elements for Visual Style

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Iphone UI Kit Remake

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Search Box

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Snow UI Kit

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Designer CSS UI Kit

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Dark Web Design Elements

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Modern Web UI Kit

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UI Webkit

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Web UI Treasure Chest

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Controls

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Another Controls

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Call to Action Buttons

CallToActionButtons

Simple Form Elements

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Spring GUI

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iTunes X Elements

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Small UI Set

UIelements

Bright Buttons

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Social Buttons v2.0

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Blue Tags

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Business UI

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Neat UI

Neat_preview

Most Spoken Languages


1. Mandarin language – China

The highest number of speakers use Mandarin language the number of speakers are crossed 1 billion plus, it is the most widely spoken language on the planet which is based in the most populated country on the planet, China. Speaking Mandarin can be really tough, because each word can be pronounced in four ways (or “tones”), and a beginner will invariably have trouble distinguishing one tone from another.

To say “hello” in Mandarin, say “Ni hao” (Nee HaOW). The “Hao” is pronounced as one syllable, but the tone requires that you let your voice drop midway, and then raise it again at the end.

2. English

While English doesn’t have the most speakers, it is the official language of more countries than any other language. Its speakers hail from all around the world, including the U.S., Australia, England, Zimbabwe, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, South Africa, Canada.

3. Hindustani – Number of speakers: 497 million

Hindustani is the primary language of India’s crowded population, and it encompasses a huge number of dialects of which the most commonly spoken is Hindi. Many predict that the population of India will soon surpass that of China, the prominence of English in India prevents Hindustani from surpassing the most popular language in the world.

To say “hello” in Hindustani, say “Namaste”.

4. Spanish

Spanish is spoken in just about every South American and Central American country, Spain, Cuba, and the U.S. There is a particular interest in Spanish in the U.S., as many English words are borrowed from the language, including: tornado, bonanza, patio, quesadilla, enchilada, and taco grande supreme.

To say “hello” in Spanish, say “Hola”.

5. Russian

One of the six languages in the UN, Russian is spoken not only in the Mother Country, but also in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the U.S.

To say “hello” in Russian, say “Zdravstvuite” (ZDRAST-vet- yah).

6. Arabic

Arabic, one of the world’s oldest languages, is spoken in the Middle East, with speakers found in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt. Because Arabic is the language of the Koran, millions of Moslems in other countries speak Arabic as well. So many people have a working knowledge of Arabic, in 1974 it was made the sixth official language of the United Nations.

To say “hello” in Arabic, say “Al salaam a’alaykum” .

7. Bengali – Number of speakers: 211 million

In Bangladesh, a country of 120+ million people, just about everybody speaks Bengali. And because Bangladesh is virtually surrounded by India, the number of Bengali speakers in the world is much higher than people would expect.

To say “hello” in Bengali, say “Ei Je” (eye-jay).

8. Portuguese

In the 12th Century, Portugal won its independence from Spain and expanded all over the world with the help of its famous explorers like Vasco da Gama and Prince Henry the Navigator. Because Portugal got in so early on the exploring game, the language established itself all over the world, especially in Brazil where it’s the national language, Macau, Angola, Venezuela, and Mozambique.

To say “hello” in Portuguese, say “Bom dia” (bohn dee-ah).

9. Malay – Indonesia

Malay Language is spoken in Malaysia and Indonesia. There are many dialects of Malay, the most popular of which is Indonesian. But they’re all pretty much based on the same root language, which is the ninth most-spoken in the world.

To say “hello” in Indonesian, say “Selamat pagi” (se-la-maht pa-gee).

10. French

French often called the most romantic language in the world, French is spoken in countries like Belgium, Canada, Rwanda, Cameroon, Haiti and France.

To say “hello” in French, say “Bonjour” (bone-joor).

Facts About Hinduism


Hinduism is an ancient religion of India and the oldest religion in the world.

Hindus regard the Vedas which was composed around 1500 B.C. as central to the hindu tradition.

Hinduism is like an ocean of the combined knowledge of various rishis, sages, and saints. It was they who gave the religion the depth and complexity for which it is known today

Hinduism is a way of life, there is no fixed name for Hinduism; some call it Sanatana Dharma, some call it Bhagawat Dharma, etc. There was no name “Hindu” in old scriptures but later invaders of India named people here as Hindu because they used to live on the banks of the river Sindhu.

Hinduism is broken into four key denominations, which are Saivism, Vaishnavism, Shaktism, as well as Smartism.

The Vedas Meaning “knowledge” in Sanskrit, the Vedas are the oldest and most authoritative texts of Hinduism. Composed around 1500 B.C.E., they are among the world’s oldest surviving.

Vedas consist of four parts. The Rig Veda contains verses of praise to the gods; the Yajur Veda discusses the requirements of ritual offerings; the Sama Veda, verses and chants for ritual offerings, and Atharva Veda, magical verses.

The Upanishads Among the principal texts of the Hindu tradition, the Upanishads are metaphysical treatises that are concerned with the origin and destiny of humanity and the universe.

The hinduism calls for the belief in one Supreme Being, who stands for both the creator, as well as a reality.

Karma, which stands for the cause and effect of an individuals choices and destiny is another main belief of hinduism. The thoughts, actions and words of an individual can affect their karma.

Ongoing cycles of Creation, Preservation and Dissolution within the universe is a main belief of hinduism.

Hindus believe that the soul can be reincarnated, undergoing a cycle of rebirth. Hindus believe that a soul is able to undergo numerous lifetimes within a physical body. All of the past lives that you have led, contribute to the person you are today.

The Bhagavad-Gita A section of the immense epic known as the Mahabharata, believed to be about 2000 years old, it is set on the field of the climactic battle of the Mahabharata.

The Puranas The name purana means “ancient,” and these eighteen texts are a compendium of legends and histories dating from the fourth century B.C.E. to 1000 C.E. They address the creation of the universe, its destruction and renovation, the genealogy of gods and patriarchs, and the reigns of ancient rulers.

The science of Ayurveda, and the science of Yoga, was inspired and developed by the great masters and seers of ancient India. The origin of Ayurveda and Yoga are common to play a highly complimentary role in spiritual evolution and the maintenance of physical well-being and vitality.

There are three paths according to hindu believes, karmamarga – path of works and action, jnanamarga – path of knowledge or philosophy, bhaktimarga – path of devotion to God

Hindu believes There are four stages of life brahmacharga – school years – grow and learn, grhastha – marriage, family and career, vanaprastha – turn attention to spiritual things, sanrgasu – abandon world to seek spiritual things

The seven sacred cities of hindus are Ayodhya, Mathura, Gaya (Bodhgaya), Kasi (Varanasi, Benares), Kanci, Avantika (Ujjain), Dvaraka

The ten commitments in hindu dharma is Ahimsa – do no harm, Satya – do not lie, Asteya – do not steal, Brahmacharya – do not overindulge, Aparigraha – do not be greedy, Saucha – be clean, Santosha – be content, Tapas – be self-disciplined, Svadhyaya – study, Ishvara Pranidhana – surrender to God

60+ Creative Photoshop Text Effect Tutorials


The use of text effect is a very crucial aspect of designing no matter what you are designing a logo or a banner. Beautiful text effects always attract onlookers’ attention and deliver the message in a better way.

In this post, we are featuring some very useful and creative Photoshop text effect tutorials that will guide you step by step on how to create visually alluring and appealing text effects using Photoshop.

It is the time to see for yourself how easy these tutorials are to follow. Enjoy!

Smooth Glass Type

Smooth Glass Type

Design a Golden Flame Text Effect in Photoshop

Design a Golden Flame Text Effect in Photoshop

How to Create an Ice Text Effect with Photoshop

How to Create an Ice Text Effect with Photoshop

Create Smoke Text

Create Smoke Text

Ridiculously Realistic Scorching Fire Effect!

Ridiculously Realistic Scorching Fire Effect!

Colorful Plexi Text Effect

Colorful Plexi Text Effect

Floral 3D Text Effect

Floral 3D Text Effect

Create a Spectacular Grass Text Effect in Photoshop

Create a Spectacular Grass Text Effect in Photoshop

Advanced Glow Effects

Advanced Glow Effects

Create Colorful Ornamental Text

Create Colorful Ornamental Text

Swirl Text Logo

Swirl Text Logo

Create a Spectacular Flaming Meteor Effect on Text

Create a Spectacular Flaming Meteor Effect on Text

Colorful Light Burst Text

Colorful Light Burst Text

Design a Skin-Textured Typography Scene

Design a Skin-Textured Typography Scene

Incredible Typographic Illustration

Incredible Typographic Illustration

Colorful light burst text effect

Colorful light burst text effect

Stunning Liquid Text Effect

Stunning Liquid Text Effect

How to Create Cool Water Effect Typography

How to Create Cool Water Effect Typography

Create A Leopard ‘X’ in Photoshop

Create A Leopard ‘X’ in Photoshop

Reflective Liquid Type

Reflective Liquid Type

Design Soft Stylized 3D Type

Design Soft Stylized 3D Type

Dramatic Text on Fire Effect in Photoshop

Dramatic Text on Fire Effect in Photoshop

Bling Bling text

Bling Bling text

3D Textured Text Effect

3D Textured Text Effect

Stunning 3D effects in 30 minutes

Stunning 3D effects in 30 minutes

Paint Splodge Text

Paint Splodge Text

Super Cool Frilly Bits Typography

Super Cool Frilly Bits Typography

Blooded Mafia Text

Blooded Mafia Text

Smoke Type in Photoshop in 10 Steps

Smoke Type in Photoshop in 10 Steps

Create a 3D Flowery Text Effect

Create a 3D Flowery Text Effect

Scanline Text

Scanline Text

Create a Dream Design with 3D Typography

Create a Dream Design with 3D Typography

Create a Layered Glowing Text Effect

Create a Layered Glowing Text Effect

Decorating Text Photoshop Tutorial

Decorating Text Photoshop Tutorial

Colorful Glowing Text Effect in Photoshop

Colorful Glowing Text Effect in Photoshop

Graffiti with Photoshop

Graffiti with Photoshop

Create a Spectacular Style Text Effect

Create a Spectacular Style Text Effect

How to Create a Gorgeous Glassy Text Effect

How to Create a Gorgeous Glassy Text Effect

Colored Chrome Text Effect

Colored Chrome Text Effect

Clear Plastic Text

Clear Plastic Text

Lighting Shutter Text Effect Tutorial

Lighting Shutter Text Effect Tutorial

Create a 3D Text Scene Using Photoshop

Create a 3D Text Scene Using Photoshop

How to Create a Richly Ornate Typographic Illustration

How to Create a Richly Ornate Typographic Illustration

Hell of Tutorial in Photoshop

Hell of Tutorial in Photoshop

Great Gooey Photoshop Text Tutorial

Great Gooey Photoshop Text Tutorial

Create a CMYK 3D Text Effect in Photoshop and 3D Studio Max

Create a CMYK 3D Text Effect in Photoshop and 3D Studio Max

How to Create Eroded Metal Text with Photoshop

How to Create Eroded Metal Text with Photoshop

Chained Text Effect Tutorial

Chained Text Effect Tutorial

hotoshop Tutorial: Plasma Text

hotoshop Tutorial: Plasma Text

Kaboom! Exploding Text

Kaboom! Exploding Text

Placing Multiple Images In Text In Photoshop

Placing Multiple Images In Text In Photoshop

Create Sparkling, Animated Text in Photoshop

Create Sparkling, Animated Text in Photoshop

Smashing Your Creative Block

Smashing Your Creative Block

Stylish Floral Typography

Stylish Floral Typography

Jelly Fish Delight

Jelly Fish Delight

Create Gold Ornamental

Create Gold Ornamental

Create A Dynamic Shattering Text Effect

Create A Dynamic Shattering Text Effect

Design a 3D Newspaper Cropped Text Effect

Design a 3D Newspaper Cropped Text Effect

Glorious Starburst Photoshop Tutorial

Glorious Starburst Photoshop Tutorial

Create Insanely Realistic Metal Text

Create Insanely Realistic Metal Text

The Making of “Climb” – An Awesome 3D Text Composition in Photoshop

The Making of “Climb” – An Awesome 3D Text Composition in Photoshop

Create a Cool 3D Graffiti Text Effect using Line Art

Create a Cool 3D Graffiti Text Effect using Line Art

Create A Beautiful 3D Text Composition

Create A Beautiful 3D Text Composition

Brick Text Photoshop Tutorial

Brick Text Photoshop Tutorial

Smoked Text Effect

Smoked Text Effect

Retro Text

Retro Text

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