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1 Guidelines :: Tutorials on January 21st 2012, 12:52 pm

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Guidelines To Posting a Tutorial

Do's & Dont's

  • Pretty simple task to just rip off someone elses tutorial and post it over here.....well don't even THINK about it as that ain't allowed.
  • Post Images with your tutorial to make it user friendly.
  • No Pornographic/adult tutorials allowed..
  • Don't double or triple post just to complete your long tutorial,Try to fit it onto the same post.
  • Use Spoiler for images to reduce loading time {Not applicable if your tutorial is only an image, make sure you have a good image host which is long lasting. I don't want to see a whole blank page.}
  • Try to give resources of your tutorials so that they can be done in a easier way {links only}
Classification of Tutorials
Based on the tutorial levels i have classified them in to 4 groups.

  • N00b/Newbie Friendly [Noob Friendly]
  • Beginner Level[Beginner]
  • Intermediate Level [Intermediate]
  • Expert Level[Expert]
*N00b friendly and beginners are totally different things.. N00b friendly are tutorials to those people who don't even know how to design or do not know the basic interfaces of G.I.M.P or Photoshop & Beginner level is in which the user knows the basic interfaces.*

They are sub-categorized into:-

  • Signatures/Banners
  • Avatars
  • Animation
  • Digital Art work
  • Buttons/Navigation/Ranks


While posting your tutorials add these tags to your Topic Titles along with the Manipulation program which the tutorial is for
For eg: [GIMP][Expert][Signature]How to make an abstract signature


Follow these guidelines while posting your tutorial or it mite not get accepted Ecstatic


Written by Rex
Edited by dotDavid

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