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October 15, 1997
- 3-D Animation Workshop: Lightwave Metanurbs
This week we look at Lightwave 3-D's most distinguishing feature: metanurbs modeling. Lighwave's meta-Nonuniform Rational B-Spline (NURBS) allows 3-D designers to create organic, smoothly surfaced shapes quickly. Using metanurbs, Robert shows how to create a realistic model of a duck in just 5 minutes. By Robert Polevoi. Oct. 14, 1997.
- Dreamweaver Review - Visual HTML Editor
- This week's Update reviews Dreamweaver, Macromedia's new HTML/DHTML editor. Dreamweaver's visual environment empowers designers to create and update modern web sites without coding. By Andrew King. Oct. 11, 1997
- E-Commerce News Resources
- The best e-commerce news sources. Oct. 10, 1997
- Dynamic HTML Lab: Drag & Drop, Part I
The first of a two-part series, this column shows how to create draggable CSS-positioned elements in your pages. Drag & drop is useful in applications such as games, education, and even e-commerce. First we'll drag in Netscape 4, next IE4 and a cross-browser method. Includes a unique never-before-published way to identify elements-in-focus. By Peter Belesis. Oct. 8, 1997
- 3-D Animation Workshop: 3D Studio MAX
- Continuing our look at popular 3-D software we take a closer look at 3D Studio MAX, a powerful object-based modeling program that makes tweaking a pleasure. Oct. 7, 1997
- HTML Unleashed Professional: Strategies for Indexing and Search Engines
- In our second exclusive excerpt of this upcoming book, learn all about luring search spiders, efficient keyword strategies, using META tags, and other secrets of search-friendly HTML design. By Dmitry Kirsanov. Oct. 6, 1997
- Jammin' Banner Ads - Intermediate Flash
- In part two of our Macromedia Flash tutorial you'll learn how to add sound, interactivity, and curvy motion to your movie. By Amy Cowen. Oct. 2, 1997
- Internet Outlook: Should
the Web Browser Replace Powerpoint?
- Inspired by a Calgary conference he's attending, Rich ponders the utility of using Web browsers versus Powerpoint for live presentations. By Rich Wiggins. Oct. 1, 1997
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