Here are a few good resources for those times when you need a little help or ideas for your computer or design.
A few months ago I had a WordPress question and I did what most people would. I opened up my browser and did a Google search. After trying several sites that didn’t hit on exactly what I was looking for, I found a very useful site. You may or may not have stumbled on this one before, the site is:
The first thing I noticed after typing my answer was that I needed to be a member. I usually just leave when this happens, but I decided to give it a try. It seems like people these day expect everything for free (I’m guilty too). While they do require you to become a member, you can still get it free.
Expert Exchange gives you the option to either buy your way in, or earn your way. If you decide to earn your way in like me, all you need to do is answer a few questions for others and you are now a member. Once you are a member you get access to their entire Database of answered question (the largest on the web). The fact that you have to pay or earn your way in actually assures that you will receive better help. The site is monitored by category specific experts. The posts aren’t rude like you might experience on other help sites. They have information on almost any topic you can think of.
I have recently started writing some articles on their site, including Photoshop and WordPress. If you ever find yourself attempting something and you aren’t exactly trained in that area, and don’t have the time to spent learning the software this site will be a big help to you. They also have hardware/computer experts. The graphic design and web design and web development sections have some really good expert members also. You can check out my latest tutorial on How to Create a Reflection Web 2.0 Effect Using Photoshop by following this link:
I hope to be adding more tutorials on EE and on this site soon, so check back from time to time for more.