We are happy to announce that the OSGuides.net Team decided to have a video tutorials section. It was implemented and the first Category Graphic & Design contains it’s first video tutorial Advanced manipulation with The Gimp!
We are happy to announce the new design of Open Source Guides. I thought the old one is so boring and then we decided to change the design to something new. The template for Joomla! has been downloaded from themesbase.com. The template’s name is “Green Flower Power”. Of course we have made some changes and […]
Unfortunately by default mod_banners in Joomla is using the banner name as alt text and there is no title text at all. It’s quite easy to set this up though. Firstly you need to edit your helper.php file located at modules/mod_banners directory. Open the file and find this line: $image = ‘imageurl.’” alt=”‘.JText::_(‘Banner’).’” />’; Now […]
Unfortunately there is no icon for anchors in SMF 1.1.x. However all version after 1.1.3 supports anchors by default. Here is how to use it. Creating the link: [iurl=#clicl_me]Click Me[/iurl] Defining the location: [anchor=click_me]Destination[/anchor] Not sure how it is in SMF 2 but in 1.1.x works just great. Good luck!
Most of you have heard of the biggest Linux distributions as Red Had, Ubuntu, Debian, Gentoo, Slackware etc. All these distros can be used for Desktop or Server. However there are few other distributions which can be used for some strange purposes. You can find them here: http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/article/351651/12_most_interesting_unusual_useful_linux_distros/
As you may have noticed there is a new category Desktop Environment with the first article inside How to make gnome panel transparent.
Firstly you need to right click on the gnome panel you need transparent and then click on Properties. Select the Background tab and then Solid color radio button. There is Style section with slider which you can slide to the Transparent area. Example:
This is probably the shortest tutorial ever 🙂 It’s quite simple to check the version. Executing a single command: cat /etc/issue Good luck!