Tutobx \ chu·to·box \
Coming from the English words “tutorial” meaning to teach or whatever, and “box” which is some kind of container in the shape of a cube with flappy covers on top, Tutobx is a Tumblr blog which aims to help Tumblr users improve their blogs by collecting useful tutorials, tips and tricks and presenting them to everyone in an easy, understandable manner as if they’re in a box.
Technically, its name was supposed to be Tutbox, but since that domain was already taken, it was changed. It evolved into Tutobox but unfortunately, the domain was also taken, too— hoarded by some crazy domain hoarder. So it ended up as Tutobx, with the “box” part, missing the “o”, resembling Tumblr’s missing letter “e”.
Now it exists to transform blogs into awesome-er blogs and save the world from the brink of destruction by reducing air pollution caused by people whining eternally about their “ugly” Tumblogs. It also aims to prevent people from comically pulling every strand of their hairs out, out of frustration, causing the ever expanding cases of excessive hair-loss to expand even more. So yes, Tutobx exists to fight hair-loss. And air-pollution.
But no, seriously, this blog contains tutorials about how to make your Tumblr blog do stuff and make it even cooler if it’s not already. It also contains other tutorials for Photoshop and other non-Tumblr related stuff like some sleek CSS/jQuery tricks that could inspire you to make your own themes. What makes us different from the rest of Tutorial blogs out there? We actually answers as detailedly as possible. That’s all! Hope you enjoy working on things here. Good luck!
Well, these are what those tags on the right means. Just putting them here incase anyone wanted to know what they meant.
These are easy to follow tutorials that would only require you some fancy copy/pasting moves to accomplish. No need to get so frustrated about some unfathomable snippets of codes since you would only have to lay your eyes on them once(or twice, probably). Just be sure to follow the instructions carefully.
Tutorials that requires at least basic knowledge on HTML/CSS and/or the Tumblr Theme Codes. These tutorials would probably involve stuff like finding a certain <div>’s id or class, which usually differs from different themes, or manually coding stuff using the theme codes. Don’t worry though; If you are able to identify id’s and classes would be, even these tutorials could be considered Easy Tutorials. The Ask box is always open for inquiries, too.
Obviously, downloadable(and usually pirated, lol) stuff. Useful programs, web resources like icons, plugins, or stuff like textures and shapes. They are, of course, not owned by the owner of this blog unless stated.
Photoshop tutorials that ranges from Tumblr related to, well, non-Tumblr related stuff. Making your own resources like shapes, gradients, images, effects and whatnot goes here.
Tips or aticles about Tumblr blogging or other tutorials that are too trivial to be categorized under the tutorial tags.
Useful web designing tricks that might help you in your Tumblr making shizz or other web-related works. These includes hacks or tips on how to make stuff work on your webpages.
These are awesomely designed blogs in Tumblr that needs appreciation! It’s like a “blog of the week” thing but its fortnight—meaning “every two weeks”. The owner of this blog is such a lazy ass that he thinks finding awesome blogs every week is a hassle so “Fortnight” it is.
Adrengski is a 20 year old Filipino, web developer who makes ways to make things possible. He started fiddling with his Tumblr theme around the end of 2010. With more than a year of experience with the Tumblr Theme structure, he’s gathered a lot of useful ways to get around the most confounding Tumblr theme problems.
He spends/wastes his day mostly by reading articles over the net , creating webpages that never gets published, drawing imaginary characters in his head or, sometimes, playing Pokemon all day long, trying to catch all the Pokemons ever created.
He also enjoys strawberry jams, Hawaiian pizzas, french fires, writing, drawing, and creating stuff.