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Applying icons in Windows XPThis article will show you how to apply icons on your Windows XP system and will cover various types of icons and provide tips on changing system icons.Applying icons in Windows XP by monolistic
Icon file format (.ico)
These are the standard icons that you may experience.
The following steps will show you how to apply them:
1. Download the icons (if already downloaded skip to 2).
2. Once downloaded extract the icons (if compressed in a zip/rar file otherwise go on to step 3) using a decompression utility such as Winzip or Winrar. Extract the icons to a directory such as "Harddrive > windows > icons" or any directory you wish.
3. Next, locate the folder or shortcut who's icon you wish to change. Right click on this folder/shortcut and select "Properties" in the menu that appears.
4. Wait for the Properties dialog window to open.
Dutch Web 2.0 AwardsBlueAce is presenting this years first ever Dutch Web 2.0 Awards! There are six categories, webapps and companies can be nominated in: Most Innovative Concept, Best Newcomer, Best International Company, Best International App, Best Dutch Company & Best Dutch App.Dutch Web 2.0 Awards by Magical-Night
DeviantART has been nominated in the 'Most Innovative Concept' category. The votinground has allready started and the winner wil be announced at the end of january.
Vote for DeviantART on http://web20awards.nl/
Getting the most out of your CSS Journals SevenSorry for the long delay between part six and part seven everyone. The Christmas season was one of laziness and fun. Hope your Christmas and New Years was well. Now on we press, before we get mixed up on topics about what mum did to SantaGetting the most out of your CSS Journals Seven by Grayda
Favourite your journal!
That's right! For those who don't know, or haven't been to my userpage yet, you can now (with some limitations), Favourite people's journals! With help from dancewiththesky, the original idea being by BoffinbraiN, and coded by myself, you can now use CSS, GD and PHP to fut a fave-counter on your userpage! Each person who reads your journal can click on the button and fave the news article, and the counter will go up. Keep in mind that this does NOT add the journal to your favourites, nor can someone see who has faved the journal (due to technical limitations). But this is a concept that is quickly expanding.
To claim your own, check out Favebox v1 a
|Senior members no longer get the same benefits as premium members, despite the contributions to the community.|
If you wish to support me by donating points or subscriptions, I would be grateful, as this would allow me to carry on creating journal CSS and other things for the community. You may also wish to commission me to make a journal skin for you.