Since my lenses tend to be looooong, I tend to develop various strategies to help folks navigate them. I like little inset tables of contents, “shortcuts” that jump to relevant parts of the page, or navigator bars.
So I was working on a Fancy Tables of Contents tutorial collecting my various ways of creating tables of contents, indexes, and the like. And I’m STILL working on it! *laugh* I can always make a small project huge. Then I have to find ways to shorten it.
Along the way — partly because people are making a big push to update or build Lensographies — I wound up spinning off one module onto its own page. So at least THAT tutorial is finished:
Build a Better Featured Lens Module
It lets you do three things a regular Featured Lens Module can’t:
- Feature more than 5 lenses in the same list.
- Feature lenses in a fixed order.
- Write a blurb before and after the featured lenses without getting cut off in mid-sentence (doncha hate that?)
Meanwhile, I’m still waiting for somebody to find the Easter Egg on my Amazing Nessie Photo, where I am offering $5 to the first person who proves (without any doubt whatsoever) that it’s fake. Whoever does so is going to get a chuckle, hopefully.
Because a fool and her money are soon parted, and I am actually trying to teach a lesson with that lens, I will give an enormous clue:
PHOTOSHOP SEES MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE…