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How to Fix Photoshop.exe Error Effectively on Your Computer Good Tips


What Is Photoshop.exe ?

Photoshop.exe is an extremely vital part of Windows operating system. Photoshop.exe is an important process which executes .dll files and locate their libraries into windows system’s memory. If there is something wrong with photoshop.exe on your computer then the whole PC probably can not run stable and would be deathly slow.

Process photoshop.exe is located in the system directory: C:\windows\system32. If you find that this process executes and runs from any other suspicious locations, I advice you fully scan your computer with anti-virus program. Because such fishy phenomenon could be caused by virus or trojan horse. Some of the viruses will disguise photoshop.exe running on your computer to attack the system and steal important data. We classify those viruse fraudulently using the name photoshop.exe to Miroot. Win32. Worm. Backdoor.Lastdoor. and Trojan.

How to Fix Photoshop.exe error?

If the Photoshop.exe is destroyed by virus or the Photoshop.exe is corrupt, removed by accident, I suggest you follow this instruction to fix photoshop.exe error.

Copy and Paste Photoshop.exe to Locate the Correct Directory on Your System.

Firstly, if you can not find a copy of photoshop.exe in this folder C:\WINDOWS\system32 then please use system searching function to find out photoshop.exe file on your computer. It must be removed to another location by mistake. After that, copy photoshop.exe back to the correct folder C:\WINDOWS\system32.

Secondly, if you fail to locate a copy of photoshop.exe on your whole computer, I recommend you copy the file from another computer with the same version of Windows operating system to your problem computer. Of course, you can try to re-install the operating system and Photoshop.exe errors would be resolved immediately. However, this method would waste your precious time and maybe delete all of the data if you never backup your files.

Download Registry Repair Tools to Fix Photoshop.exe error

Do not doubt this method! Actually it is an effective and easy way to fix photoshop.exe error with just a few of clicks. Photoshop.exe error could probably be caused by registry error on the system. Registry Repair Tools can fix not only photoshop.exe error but also help you detect and remove most of windows system errors on your computer. To prevent photoshop.exe errors, I highly recommend you to download Best Registry Cleaner to protect and clean errors regularly.

Janson makes it easy to clean up your PC and regain lost performance. He shares a lot of experience about his experience. And the computer users can know many tips about computer maintenance through his articles.

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CSS image replacement for submit buttons


Expanding the techniques for CSS image replacement by Mike Rundle and Seamus P. H. Leahy, and inspired by a question posted to the WebDesign-L mailing list, I have developed an image replacement method for submit buttons, and in general for the button tag.

Using this method you’ll get a clickable image when style sheets are active, and a standard button when style sheets are off. The trick is to apply the image replace methods to a button tag and use it as the submit button, instead of using input. And since button borders are erased, it’s also recommendable change the button cursor to the hand shaped one used for links, since this provides a visual tip to the users.

Here you can see examples of both variants of this method using a basic Google search box. This works in all the browsers in which image replacement works: Firefox/Mozilla, IE 5/6, Opera 7/8, Konqueror 3.4 & Safari (thanks to Philippe Wittenbergh for the feedback about Mac browsers).

Using text-indent for image replacement:


Using padding-top for image replacement:


You can use the button below to see the page without the CSS applied:


Note: The Google search boxes are used only as an example. Google and the Google logo are trademarks of Google Inc.
Known issues
For some reason Opera doesn’t process properly the cursor applied to button in both methods, so no handy cursor for Opera users.
The first method fails in Internet Explorer if the button is the first inline content of the parent block element. Adding some inline content before the button (like a simple  ) or setting the element to display:block will solve the problem.
Internet Explorer doesn’t process properly the name attribute of a submit button. This is usually irrelevant unless you rely on its value for some script processing. Here is an article about the problem of the submit button in IE (thanks to Malcolm Campbell for the tip).

The CSS code

#replacement-1 {
width: 100px;
height: 55px;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
border: 0;
background: transparent url(SearchGoogle.gif) no-repeat center top;
text-indent: -1000em;
cursor: pointer; /* hand-shaped cursor */
cursor: hand; /* for IE 5.x */
}

#replacement-2 {
width: 100px;
height: 55px;
padding: 55px 0 0;
margin: 0;
border: 0;
background: transparent url(SearchGoogle.gif) no-repeat center top;
overflow: hidden;
cursor: pointer; /* hand-shaped cursor */
cursor: hand; /* for IE 5.x */
}
form>#replacement-2 { /* For non-IE browsers*/
height: 0px;
}


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