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Travix use Adobe Target to generate 10%+ Conversion rates
Travix use Adobe Target to generate 10%+ Conversion rates
Learn how Travix easily set up variables filters and tests over multiple domains across the globe. Using Adobe Analytics and Adobe Target that helps them get improved conversion rates over 10%.
  • Marketing Cloud
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 1,951
  • Added: Jul 17, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:02:08
  • Tags: Adobe Experience Management, Adobe Target, Commerce, Customer journey, The Netehrlands, Travel
How to Add Realistic Spinning Motion Effects in Photoshop
How to Add Realistic Spinning Motion Effects in Photoshop
In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how to use the new, nondestructive Spin Blur in Photoshop to create realistic motion effects including the ability to spin an object at variable angles, as well emulate traditional strobe effects with the ability to define the strength, number of flashes and duration..
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 10,620
  • Added: Jun 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:04:32
  • Tags: Blur Gallery, Motion, Photoshop, Smart Filter, Smart Object, Spin Blur
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FrameMaker for WORD: "Dictionary" Page Header/Footers
Running Headers and Footers are easy to create in FrameMaker 11. YOu simply insert system variables on the master page to display the first instance of a paragraph style. With a simple modification to the definition of a H/F system variable, you can also have your master page display the LAST instance of a paragraph style. Combining these two types of variables empowers you to swiftly create "dictionary" headers, which show the FIRST and LAST instance of text from a paragraph style at the top of your page. Adobe Product Evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you how!
  • FrameMaker
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 123
  • Added: Sep 12, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:29
  • Tags: Adobe FrameMaker, FrameMaker 11, dictionary heads, header/footer, master page, page layout
FrameMaker for Word: Redefine User Variables with Templates
FrameMaker for Word: Redefine User Variables with Templates
FrameMaker 11's user variables are highly useful for product, people or place names that are subject to change when you need a different version of a project. Fortunately, you can redefine user variables ahead of time in external templates, and then change both definition and formatting of a term in a flash. Watch this brief video to find out just how easy it is!
  • FrameMaker
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 192
  • Added: Aug 04, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:07:33
  • Tags: FrameMaker, Word, templates, user variables
RoboHelp 10: UDVs for globally updated variable terms and phrases
RoboHelp 10: UDVs for globally updated variable terms and phrases
See how User Defined Variables (UDVs) in RoboHelp 10 allow you to create "instant update" instances of text or phrases for product names, address, UI gestures and more. Change the definition of one UDV and all instances update throughout your project. You can even insert UDFs into topic titles or boilerplate snippets. This powerful feature is extremely simple to use, as easy as editing and formatting normal text.
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 284
  • Added: May 19, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:38
  • Tags: RoboHelp, content, variables, boilerplate, policies and procedures
RoboHelp 10: Snippets for Boilerplate updates
RoboHelp 10: Snippets for Boilerplate updates
See how snippets in RoboHelp 10 give you a library of re-usable sections of text, UDVs (variables) or graphics. Save once, use many times. Edit the snippet once, and all instances change. You will be amazed at the simplicity of the user interface. You can even select and copy sections of repetitious text from your content (lists, cautions, etc.) and copy it into a new snippet!
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 331
  • Added: May 19, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:02:54
  • Tags: RoboHelp, content, boilerplate
Programming in CSS
Programming in CSS
Discover how you can you can program CSS the way you program the rest of your application: with variables, functions, and operations. This session will reveal tools and techniques that will improve your efficiency and flexibility when working with style sheets.In this session, you will:• Explore different approaches to making CSS "programmable"• Learn how to maximize the structure and reusability of your style sheets• Investigate existing CSS toolkits such as Sass, Less, and Stylus• See how these toolkits can be used in real-life projects
  • Views: 479
  • Added: May 05, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:59:58
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