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Editor’s Note: We hope you enjoy this collection of Photoshop tutorials. It will help you get started with your first image editing project. The tutorials will also help you grasp the concepts of image editing so you can apply them to your work in future. If you’ve got some new tutorials or information to contribute, please email [email protected] Thank you!

Photoshop Tutorials

The interface of a digital camera can be a bit overwhelming to some newcomers. The image resolution, image type, histogram — you probably want to know all of these before you start editing and making adjustments to your images. Well, I have good news for you! We’ve created a list of tutorials that teach you all that you need to know to begin editing your photos and even video.

However, we’ve made sure to include even more detailed resources along with the tutorial so you can start making more complex edits. If you’re a beginner, we recommend reading these tutorials and then checking out the resources below. If you’ve been using Photoshop for a while, we still recommend taking a gander at the resources we’ve listed below.

Here’s what you will learn in each tutorial:

Welcome to Photoshop Tutorials

Which one is your favorite?

How to Use Photoshop

The Geometry panel

The Color panel

The History panel

Windows and Mac – What’s the Difference?

Resizing objects

Retouching: Healing/Patching/Cloning

Editing Photographs

Editing video

Photoshop Elements: Basic Editing

Photoshop Elements: Crop/Straighten/Correct Color/Adjust

Photoshop Elements: Shadows/Highlights/Grain/Exposure

Photoshop Elements: Contrast/Flatten/Sharpen

Photoshop Elements: Lighting/Monochrome/Grayscale

Photoshop Elements: Curves/Levels

Photoshop Elements: Layers/Artistic Effects

Photoshop Elements: Select/Mask

Photoshop Elements: Shadow/Highlight/Foliage/Bulge/Grain

Photoshop Elements: Heal/Picture Frames

Learn Photoshop Elements: Introduction

Learn Photoshop Elements: Basic Editing

Learn Photoshop Elements: Crop/Straighten/Correct Color/Adjust

Learn Photoshop Elements: Shadows/Highlights/Grain/

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How can I change a HTML table’s attribute on page load?

So I have this HTML:

I want to change the id of myTable on page load.
I know I can do this with jQuery like this:
$(“#myTable”).attr(‘id’, ‘anotherTable’);

But I do NOT want to do that. The reason is that my table has been generated by PHP and it looks like this:

So I want to change the name attribute as that one was generated by PHP (note that I still want to avoid the use of jQuery to add the id of another table).
My question is, how can I do this using Vanilla JS or is that not possible at all?


It’s not possible.
You could use the DOM’s mutation events ( and manually add the id of another table.


it’s been a while

It’s been a little over a year since I’ve last blogged, mostly because I’ve been super busy doing lots of things. But I’ve missed sharing my thoughts and creations here. So I thought today would be a good time to get back into it and share them with all of you 🙂

I started off the day by making a little music. It’s been a while since I’ve done any writing music and it makes me happy. I also started working on a project I’ve had in my head for a couple of years. It’s called Homesheep. (no, it’s not for kids, it’s for hippies) It’s a company based in Canada (where I am from) that creates patchwork pieces of shabby chic furniture. They’re very rustic, but also very modern.

I’m super excited to share this little piece with you all.

The design

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Can you order a steel-cut oatmeal by name?

In the American grocery stores, I often see things like steel-cut oats. The box contains oats, water, and a bunch of other stuff. But when you open it, you find a huge, dense, dry mass of grains with a craggy, hull-like surface.
When the box says “steel-cut”, is there some standard of size and shape that is required? I’d like to try making an “English” oatmeal, but I’d like to know what I’m getting myself in for. Do you know any methods for getting a “steel-cut” oatmeal from oats in less-dense form?


These are the most common sizes. I would recommend starting with the largest size to see if you like it.
Small: 2.5 to 4.0 cm, or 4-8 inches,
Medium: 4.5 to 5.5 cm, or 11-16 inches,
Large: 5.5 to 6.0 cm, or 17-20 inches


The simple answer is “Yes, you can order oatmeal as steel-cut oats”.
However, the more complicated answer is “no, it’s probably not what you want if you’re expecting an English oatmeal”.
What you probably want is either “rolled oats” or “oats groats”. Rolling oats are rolled oat flour, often with added ingredients like sugar. They are soft and not as dense as steel-cut oats. You can make rolled oat porridge from rolled oats. You can also make rolled oats into pancakes, bread, or sweet treats.
Oats groats are groats oat flour, just like steel-cut oats. The groats are usually grown organically, and they are just barley in a different form. Groats are similar to barley in that they are good cooked and have a pretty bland flavor. You can make oatmeal in recipes that use barley. You can also eat oatmeal in other ways. It’s kind of like eating cereal for breakfast, only with oats instead of grain. Oatmeal is very portable, and it’s great for camping. The only downside is that it’s hard to make a good steel-cut oatmeal with no grains, so if you like steel-cut oats, it

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