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Blended Colours by Opacity, a PHP Function
by: admin March 25, 2007 19:54:01
A couple of days ago, I wrote this PHP function to help me find a colour by manipulating opacity levels between 2 colours. I just give the function a foreground colour, a background colour, and a suitable opacity level (for the foreground colour) and have it return a hexadecimal number.
In plain English: if the foreground colour is FFFFFF (white) and the background color is 000000 (black), and the opacity level is set at 50, I would expect the function to return 808080 (grey or gray).
Beginning Python Tutorial (Part 11)
by: crystalattice March 24, 2007 01:26:41
Learning Python Classes
The class is the most basic component of object-oriented programming. Previously, you learned how to use functions to make your program do something. Now will move into the big, scary world of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP).
Beginning Python Tutorial (Part 10)
by: crystalattice March 10, 2007 17:15:13
Well, it's been quite some time since my last Python tutorial. I got sidetracked by actually trying to make some programs using Python. Some worked well, some not so well. But I learned from my mistakes and have a better grasp of how to use Python.
Fetching Unique Ads for a Contextual Advertising System
by: admin March 6, 2007 10:53:26
How does AdSense, or any other Contextual Advertising Network, fill their ad units with unique advertisements? This is a question I have been regularly asking myself the last couple of days.
A couple of days ago, I woke up with this urge to create my own "contextual advertising" thingy for my network of sites.
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