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Digita media thingI took a lady who had pimples all over her face and i made them go away with photoshop



I am very passionate about my music. My most favorite band is the heavy thrash metal band Pantera. They are the greatest metal band in the world and they are the best musicians in metal. There are 4 members: Phil Anselmo(lead vocals), Rex Brown(bass guitar), Vinnie Paul Abbott(drums), and “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott(lead and rhythm guitar).
The band released 4 studio albums throughout the 1990s, and one in the year 2000. They also had an EP, a live album and two greatest hits albums.

After 2000 they disbanded for the most part. Dime, Vinnie, and Rex teamed up with country star David Allan Coe and fused country and metal and made their own distinct sound. They called themselves Rebel Meets Rebel and they released an album with the same title. After they disbanded Dime and Vinnie created their own band called Damageplan. They also only released only one album. Tragedy struck in Colombus, Ohio when Dime was shout on stage during a Damageplan concert. He was shot 4 times in the back of the head by Nathan Gale.

Web Design Terminology

Blog- Short for web log, a blog is a web page that functions almost like a diary or journal, with frequent updates. Blogs typically deal with a specific topic and are often used as a marketing or customer service tool alongside the main company web site.

HTML- The language used to construct web pages. HTML is often used in conjunction with languages that allow the web developer to add functionality, such as PHP, CSS and JavaScript.

CSS- CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is a style sheet language that determines the look of elements on a web page. Web sites can be built without CSS (it came many years after HTML), but CSS gives the web designer more power to control how the content is displayed. The main benefit of CSS is that it splits the content from the presentation. Site-wide style changes can be performed by editing the style sheet rather than every page individually. 

Content Management System- A content management system (CMS) offers a way for a user to edit the content of a web site from within a browser-based interface, without any HTML skills required. This is a feature often built into a web site by the developer, allowing the web site owner to add, remove or change the content themselves.  

JavaScript- JavaScript is a client-side scripting language used to create dynamic behaviour in HTML documents. The primary use and benefit is that actions can be performed on the page without the need to reload the page. All the major browsers support JavaScript, but the user usually has the option to turn JavaScript off. For this reason JavaScript should not be used for essential content on your web site – such as menu navigation.

PHP- PHP (recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is a server-side scripting language. It is used extensively in web development to produce dynamic pages. Extensive documentation is available from

WYSIWYG- WYSIWYG is short for “What You See Is What You Get”. A WYSIWYG HTML editor allows the web designer to work on the web site without editing the code directly. The WYSIWYG editor has a user-friendly interface which allows the designer to place images, change attributes etc. without having to write the HTML markup. It is worth noting that most WYSIWYG editors are somewhat limited and that professional designers should have a good command of the language in order to be able to edit the code directly.