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NETWORK BASICS

Network A system of interconnected computers and computerized peripherals such as printers is called computer network. This interconnection among computers facilitates information sharing among them. Computers may connect to each other by either wired or wireless media. A computer network consists of a collection of computers, printers and other equipment that is connected together so that they can communicate with each other.  


Network application
A Network application is any application running on one host and provides a communication to another application running on a different host, the application may use an existing application layer protocols such as: HTTP(e.g. the Browser and web server), SMTP(e.g. the email-client). And may be the application does not use any existing protocols and depends on the socket programming to communicate to another application. So the web application is a type of the network applications. 
There are lots of advantages from build up a network, but the th…

Creating 3D effects using Layers and Web Gallery -

Lets learn how to create an easy 3D effect in Photoshop.  First off, we are going to open up Photoshop and an image of our choice. 

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  • Now we are going to give 3D effect to this image.  
  • Duplicate the background layer CTRL + J 
  • Rename it to ‘Red’ 
  • Uncheck the background (Close the eye of the background layer) 
  • Head down to ‘add a layer style’ 
  • Then select blending options. 
  • Uncheck the Green and Blue channels. 
  • Then press OK. 
  • Select the ‘Red’ layer which we just created. Duplicate it by pressing CTRL + J. 
  • Rename it to ‘Cyan’ 
  • Uncheck the ‘Red layer’  
  • Head down to ‘add a layer style’  
  • Uncheck Red channel. Make sure Green and Blue are selected. 
  • Press Ok 
  • Unhide the Red layer and click on it. 
  • CTRL + CLICK the red layer to select it 
  • Make sure you have the Move Tool selected  
  • Move the Red Layer to the right. Use Right arrow key. Tap 10 times. Ctrl + D to deselect. 
  • Now move the Cyan layer to the left. Use Left arrow key. Tap 10 times. Ctrl + D to deselect.  
  • Then finally unhide the background and that is it! 


  •  A web gallery can be defined as a site that features a home page with thumbnail images and gallery pages with full-size images. Each page contains links that allow visitors to navigate the site; for example, when a visitor clicks a thumbnail image on the home page, the associated full-size image is loaded into a gallery page. 
  • When you use the Web Photo Gallery command to automatically generate a web photo gallery from a set of images it will display multiple images or content.  
  • First thing you need to do is click on file, scroll down to automate then you need to select Web Photo Gallery. Web Photo Gallery dialog box will come in front of you. This dialog box will ask you several different information.  
  • First information it needs that which style you would like to choose for your gallery. We are selecting Centered Frame 1 – Basic. And if you look at right hand style, you will be able to see an Icon preview of what these styles or themes will look like. 
  • Next you need enter an E mail address 
  • The next set of information is source images. Now for source you need to choose a folder. So, browse for your folder. 
  • Now the dialog box will ask you for a destination folder. A destination folder is where your images will be stored. Click on the destination box. Browse for folder dialog box will come in front of you. 
  • Now click on ‘Make New Folder’ box. Give a name of your newly created folder and click ok. 
  • Next section is ‘Options’. This section has different options. Select ‘General’ option.  
  • You can also choose ‘Banner’ option. If you choose banner option, you need to give your site name, Photographer, contact info and a date that you wish to enter.  
  • Next set of option is ‘large images’. If you choose this option then you need to fill up some information. Choose Resize images. Give 600 Pixels value, this is the maximum size. This is what I want my large image to look like. Choose Both under Constrain. JPEG Quality should be maximum and change its value to 12. For your title information on your images you can choose ‘filename’. 
  • Next set of option is ‘Thumbnails’. It will ask you to choose your thumbnail size, maximum pixels, columns and rows. We will choose Medium size and thumbnail value should be 75. Here I am going to give both columns and rows value to 5. 
  • Next set of option is ‘Security’. Now on your security information you can enter Copyright information, description, credits, title or just custom text from Content. Lets choose None.   
  • Now again come back to ‘general’ option  
  • Choose ‘HTML’, which is under Extension section. 
  • Now click OK as we have done all the necessary settings.  
  • Now we will go ahead and try to process these images. Lets take a look what Photoshop did after all settings.  
  • Here we have banner information.  
  • Today’s date. 
  • Email address we have entered with a link.  
  • Through scroll bar you can scroll down to see other thumbnail of images. 
  • If you click any one of the thumbnails, the large size will come before you.   
  • This is the destination folder where Adobe Photoshop stored all the files and images which were used to create the Web Gallery.  
  • Under page folder we have different HTML pages which were used for Web gallery. 
  • Under Thumbnail folder, we have different thumbnails and we should keep this folder separate from images folder. Otherwise it will be very confusing. 

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