I disagree with the e100 in general (specific cases it may be appropriate) because that could mean that we are editing in content, changing the nature of the question itself.
Instead, I suggest we categorize questions differently:
There are two types of classification: style identification and how to.
If someone doesn't know what the style is, they cannot find how to create such an effect, thus they use a question to find that out what the style is in order to look up more about it. Also note we have some requirements for them as well.
How to's, on the other hand, seek for help with implementation creating a particular effect. We have requirements for them, but they are of a different nature than simply identifying a style. They involve steps of how to attain the desired effect.
So, questions like "What is this effect called and where can I find a tutorial?" are too broad and should be scoped to fit either one or other of the above categories, whichever is more applicable.
In any case, questions just asking for pointing to a tutorial should be closed or edited - we want to keep the answers of how to's on our site :)