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Black Drippin’ Heart

Hey, Guys,

I’ve got a really cool thing for you today! It’s called (hence¬†the title of this post) Black Drippin’ Heart. Here it is to be blaitant:

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I love it! Yeah, that wasn’t meant to be a terrible pun back there. ūüėź Oops. Anyway, I can’t really think of anything else to show you guys today. I will tell you that I have only 4 days of my Photoshop CS4 Trial left over now, though. That sucks. Is there anybody out in the vast world we live in who likes me enough to give me a FREE Photoshop CS4 serial code so I can unlock the program for good. That would be so cool! Dream on…

Think…

Keygens…Codes…Serials…Photoshop CS4…

I love drifting away into random lovely thoughts…

Anyway, as I was saying, I would love to unlock Photoshop¬†permanently even if it isn’t Photoshop CS5 Extended or anything fancy like that. I’ve found work so much easier in CS4, for instance, it’s little things like being able to merge layers so much easier than in boring old CS1. Then again, CS1 is better than nothing, I guess.

Seeing as I’m about to drift of into Adobe wonderland again I’ll leave you alone, it proably being quite boring for you, right.

Anyhow, Bye!

Dapizz – 8)

MOO!


Amazing!

Hi, Guys,

I think I have been blessed by God! I have found a¬†successful¬†way to embed code in a webpage without the code being¬†executed.¬†Basically, instead of a banner you have a little box with the banners code inside it! This means that someone can copy the code and paste in their webpage. Your banner on someone else’s site! This is so amazing for me. Anyway, here is proof:

Remember you must get rid of the <textbox> on the beginning and the </textbox> at the end.

I’ve put in the code for my new banner, please take it! I’d love to have some people support me and raise my hit counter and push me towards fame! Anyway, I have to go. Here is the actual banner:

Cool, Huh?

Anyway…

Bye, Dapizz – ūüėÄ


OK…Concentrate

Hi, People Who Like Writing Code,

Today I have a new way of embedding Club Penguin into a webpage! I have tried about 6 million times so far and none of the attempts have worked so far¬†because¬†I was¬†basically¬†working with code that I had written based on a couple of unfinished example codes I found on the web; I would see a piece of code and that would make me think I could do it. But this time I’m just a bit more sure of myself than I have ever been! I have found a proper code on the internet with a few steps on how to¬†successfully¬†edit it to what you want. I have followed them and here is my result. Fingers Crossed!

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Did it work?

Dapizz – ūüėÄ