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Use CSS to not display these divs below a particular break point. (I use 400px in the example below, but you can set that to whatever you want.) @media screen and (max-width: 25rem) { /* 400 px */ .top, .left, .right, .bottom { display: none; } }


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I found that useful: Instead, link all the text layers you want to change, then select one of them and use the option bar to make the changes WHILE holding the Shift key. source


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Besides DeviantArt as mentioned above, here are two more that I have personally used before and therefore recommend - Artsy - A massive, venture-funded online gallery that sells art from thousands of artists from all over the world.  Artpal - Fast-growing (and free) gallery to sell art and buy art. No membership fees. ArtPal is completely free. You ...


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Deviantart.com and artists groups in facebook.com I didn't tried selling my art in these, but i did some collaborations. In deviantart you can have your own private webpage with your own touches, contribute prints and selling copies and selling files are a good way to make money, also collaborating with Groups and community may start your profit grow. ...


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I have been faced with similar issues a few times and the best answer is, it depends on your relationship with the client, if you had a contract initially which ideally should have covered this issue explicitly, if this is a potentially on-going job or was a one-off, etc. If you didnt have a written contract or no explicit terms regarding delivery of ...


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You cant do that Directly with CSS over the body tag directly, you have re-structure you html body to achieve the desire effect. All you have to do is four different DIV's overlapped over each others and each DIV deal with a single border, DIV for have only one border on top position and the other have it on the right position and so one. here is my ...



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