Domain Name For Sale On Ebay by Mansavage Productions

Update 3/17/2017: This is an update to previous post. Mansavage Productions now has the domain name for sale. Contact us for more information.

Mansavage Productions is now a featured seller on Ebay with the seller name mansavagepro. There you will find some of the products that we design and manufacture.

Get in on the rapidly growing and highly profitable automobile high performance market with the domain name which is for sale now by Mansavage Productions. Ask us about how we can design a custom ecommerce website to go with your domain name and generate you some income!

Created QRCode Today

Created Quick Response Code today using the QR Codify website:

This image is 4.843 inches x 4.843 inches. The website downloads the code at 96 dpi but I changed it to 300 dpi at same physical size.

I submitted image to printer as pdf file.

This image embedded here is gif file at 96 dpi:


To know the ideal size, use the following simple formula:
Size of your QR Code = Distance between the QR Code and the Scanner ÷ 10
Example : 33cm square to read it at 3m away.


JavaScript Code For Slideshow

<p class=”textcenter”> <script language=”JavaScript”>
var i = 0;
var path = new Array();// LIST OF IMAGES
path[0] = “/bodywork/syclonebackside.jpg”;
path[1] = “/bodywork/syclonefrontside.jpg”;
path[2] = “/bodywork/sycloneside.jpg”;
path[3] = “/bodywork/paintautobody.jpg”;

function swapImage()
document.slide.src = path[i];
if(i < path.length – 1) i++; else i = 0;
<img height=”271″ name=”slide” src=”/bodywork/syclonebackside.jpg” width=”320″ /><br></p>

How To Get Rid Of Green Fill In Fluid Grid Layouts Using Dreamweaver CS6

The green overlay in a new fluid grid layout can be turned off by going to the Visual Aids icon (on same line as Split and Design views, to the right, a dotted square with and eye in front of it). Click the Visual Aids icon and then Deselect Fluid Grid Layout Guides to turn the green fill off.

How To Create Grass Background In Photoshop

Here is great link to How To Create Grass:

Use Photoshop and create a new document.

Set your foreground and background colors to black and white. A shortcut for this is to restore Photoshop’s color defaults by pressing ‘d’ on your keyboard.

Go to the toolbar at the top and click filter->render->clouds

Add some noise. Click filter->noise->add noise. Change the amount to 44%, the distribution to gaussian and make sure monochromatic is checked on.

Add a gaussian blur to the dirt layer. Click filter->blur->gaussian blur. Set the radius to 0.9 pixels.

Give the dirt layer it’s color. Click image->adjustments->hue/saturation. Make sure to check preview and colorize. Then change the setting to a nice brown. I used: Hue: 49, Saturation: 29, Lightness: -38. Click OK.

OK, we are now finished with the dirt layer. That gives us a nice texture and color underneath the grass we are about to create. Let’s start on the grass. Create a new layer and name it “Grass.”

Change your background color to a grassy color green, I used, #52782F. Hit ‘ctrl, backspace’ to fill your current layer (Grass) with the green color you selected.

Add some noise to your new grass layer. Click filer->add noise->noise. Choose 30% for the amount, gaussian for the distribution, and check monchromatic. Click OK.

Blur the grass layer. Click filter->blur->gaussian blur. Change the radius to 0.9 pixels, click OK.

Use a couple of wind filters to lengthen the grass and simulate the look of blades. Click filter->stylize->wind, and change the settings to: method, stagger and direction, from the right. Click OK.

Add a little more direction and interest to our layer. First click image->rotate canvas->90 CW. Click OK.

Repeat the last two steps now, but go in the opposite direction. So go to filter->stylize->wind again and choose stagger, from the left. Click OK.

Now flip the image so the grass looks verticle. Click image->rotate canvas->90 CCW. Below is what I’ve got so far…

If grass could use a little more contrast, then change the levels by clicking image->adjustments->levels. Drag the white and black sliders towards the middle till you get the variance you are after. Click OK.

There you have it! Grass for all kinds of backgrounds.lawnsigngrass