Free Paper And Cover Textures

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Find beautifully done realistic paper and cover textures at DesiznTech. These textures are scanned from real papers, then edited in Photoshop for color balance and effect. You get old paper texture, notebook cover texture, grunge paper texture and even textures with an old gummy price sticker on it. The torn spiral bound papers, wrinkled and three hole punched ones are also very realistic and fun to work with.

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Down Time Monitoring Of Your Site

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You can register up to 5 websites for free at AreMy SitesUp.com, which will send you an SMS alert to your cell phone if your site is down. You can add and delete sites with an iPhone app, but more frequent monitoring and more advanced features like RSS checks and Twitter integration required a paid plan.

File Extensions By Filetype Category

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Sometimes you need to look up a file type by category to find out its extension and File-Extensions.org is the perfect site for that. The site will list the most popular file types within a category to save you some time when browsing through it. Some categories contain hundreds of extensions which are listed alphabetically.

CSS Formatter And Optimizer

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This optimizer is a useful free tool for cleaning up your CSS stylesheets. It automatically combines and merges same selectors and properties and lets you customize the output’s font weight, colors and remove unnecessary backslashes. It also gives you the option to merge shorthand properties. CleanCSS does not correct errors however and it is recommended that you run your code through the W3C Validator first.

List Of File Extensions And The Programs That Created Them

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The list of file extensions at FileExt.com comes in handy when you’re working with any kind of data, but especially client files and you need to find out which program created them, or can at least read them. Simply enter the file extension in the search box (file extension only; no other words), or search alphabetically. FileExt.com currently has over 51,000 registered filetype records in their database. To make searches easier, you can add a FileExt search box to Firefox, or add a button to the Google toolbar. This site is a great resource for anyone working with websites, or any kind of data.