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How to add glitter image in my web page?

How to add glitter image in my web page? Topic: How to write a homepage
July 21, 2019 / By Dallas
Question: in my space page i need to put a photo, and they say copy and paste the code, which is written in a small box, please tell me how to do that step by step,i'm only a beginner..... thank you.
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Blondie Blondie | 6 days ago
You could try this site - http://www.glittergraphics.us/ And just copy and paste the html code into your site. Copy the code you want to use. Then go into "edit profile" on your myspace home page. You can then paste it into any of those boxes ----> the about me, music, movie.....doesn't matter. Just fool around with it until you get it exactly where you want it.
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Blondie Originally Answered: How to add glitter image in my web page?
You could try this site - http://www.glittergraphics.us/ And just copy and paste the html code into your site. Copy the code you want to use. Then go into "edit profile" on your myspace home page. You can then paste it into any of those boxes ----> the about me, music, movie.....doesn't matter. Just fool around with it until you get it exactly where you want it.

Blondie Originally Answered: Which of these lenses has better image quality?
The 18-55mm is the kit lens for the entry level Canons: the 1000D and 550D. The image quality, AF speed, and and build quality is fine... for the price. Unfortunately the tele end of the zoom is limiting for long boarding shots and the max aperture and image quality wide open is limiting for good portraits. The Sigma 18-200mm will get you close to the reach you need but this is is a true budget lens. There's nothing to like except the price. Unless you foresee more funds in the near future, I'd strongly consider downgrading the 7D in exchange for better glass. The 7D only offers a nicer feature set than the cheaper models - more frames per second, weather sealing, more buttons, etc. The sensor isn't any better. And without the right lenses, those great features will never shine. --- added: I just visited the B&H website to get some price info. What you have... $1600 Canon 7D, body only $270 remaining budget for lens $1870 total A better setup.... $800 Canon 550D + 18-55mm kit lens $95 Canon 50mm f/1.8 for portraits $529 Canon 70-300mm for long boarding $1424 total Use the remaining cash to add a flash for your portrait photography, or upgrade the 18-55mm lens to a Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8, or upgrade the 550D to a 50D or 60D, or add a good tripod, ... the possibilities are endless. Blowing your entire budget on just the one component doesn't make much sense - you need to build a system. --- Also added... In that case you could get a used 18-55mm as a walk around lens ($170 retail), a used 75-300mm for long boarding ($76: http://www.keh.com/camera/Canon-EOS-Zoom... ), and if budget allows, a used 50mm f/1.8 for portraits ($95 retail). Upgrade all of those as budget permits.
Blondie Originally Answered: Which of these lenses has better image quality?
The Canon will give better quality. The Sigma covers a huge range which often sacrifices quality. I'll be honest though, neither of those lenses are good quality. You want to look for something with a fixed aperture, not a variable and unfortunately this is a case of you get what you pay for, the more expensive lenses are better and sticking with your camera branded lenses will always give better quality.
Blondie Originally Answered: Which of these lenses has better image quality?
for portrait photography i would look at the nifty fifty the Canon 50mm 1.8 they only go for about 100 the sigma 18-200 looks like a good walk around lens more than for portraits depending on the lighting conditions

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