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veralynn23:

Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

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"My editor won’t let any of the characters swear. Which is sometimes difficult because Ron is definitely a boy who would swear."

J.K. Rowling (via accioron)

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timsenblue:

Captain America:The Winter Soldier,Sebastian Stan .Chris Evans。Bucky Barnes ,Steve Rogers(from)

timsenblue:

Captain America:The Winter Soldier,Sebastian Stan .Chris Evans。Bucky Barnes ,Steve Rogers(from)

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azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazharIn honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.
UNDERSTANDING HTMLThese websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 
Code AcademyCode Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
w3Schoolsw3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.
MAKING TUMBLR THEMESThere are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:
By lmthemes
By farahmir
By themesbyeris
By ettudis
By howtomakeasimpletheme
By buildthemes
Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 
USING BASE CODESIf you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.
CONCLUSIONAgain, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.
Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazhar
In honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.

UNDERSTANDING HTML
These websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 

  • Code Academy
    Code Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
  • w3Schools
    w3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.

MAKING TUMBLR THEMES
There are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:

Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 

USING BASE CODES
If you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. 
I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.

CONCLUSION
Again, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.

Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.
If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

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musicstomyears:

Budapest - George Ezra

My house in Budapest
My hidden treasure chest,
Golden grand piano 
My beautiful Castillo 
For you 
I’d leave it all

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Welcome to Rapture…

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The sand in Okinawa, Japan, is made up of tiny star shaped particles.

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These “stars” are exoskeletons of marine protozoas that lived on the ocean floor up to 550 million years ago and have washed up, most famously, on Okinawa’s Hoshizuna Beach.

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skullcaps:

I saw this sitting around in my files and decided to revamp and finish it. I’d like to make a habit of doing simple scenes like this, pulling off a nice atmosphere in pictures is one of my main art goals so it’s good practice.

skullcaps:

I saw this sitting around in my files and decided to revamp and finish it. I’d like to make a habit of doing simple scenes like this, pulling off a nice atmosphere in pictures is one of my main art goals so it’s good practice.

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gisu:

みんなねてるから

gisu:

みんなねてるから

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