Google Webfont: dentro la talpa WordPress

Today (after more than five months) I get to write on the blog. And back at breakneck speed with an article to 007 that will make your hair stand on end users WordPress.

I discovered today that the version in WordPress 3.8 (Today we are 4.0) has been enabled by default in the backend the Open Sans font. In fact I had already noticed little slow in loading the backend, but I thought it was due to the new “engine” ie WordPress, instead is due to direct inclusion of a branded Google webfont. (more…)

“Ubuntu One” and “Ubuntu One Music Store” will be decommissioned in August

Anyone who has used Ubuntu at least once in the last years has made the case for Ubuntu One, the cloud service offered by Canonical natively installed on recent distributions of Ubuntu. Ubuntu One is exactly what you would expect from a cloud storage service, and so far has winked at all Ubuntu users sometimes left with no support from the direct competition.

Exactly as Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Mega and company allows a subscription for manage a web space remote. The free Basic plan starts from 5GB, acquiring additional functionality, or enrolling their acquaintances through affiliate links is (more…)

WordPress: warn the reader that the post is old

Often (writing software and technology) that the article is now present, tomorrow has already passed. There is at least un plugin per WordPress to notify the reader that the post you're reading was written long ago, which it is a perfect fit and ready for use, groped but I also wanted to change the code of my theme to add this simple function automatically.

I state that the following steps create a box (in this case yellow) before the article title. (more…)

Enable the plugin “zen coding” su gedit

For those who do not know, gedit is the text editor of choice for any Linux distribution based on Gnome. It is preinstalled on most Linux distributions, with the exception of those based on different window managers from Gnome (Where, xfce, enlightenment, etc..). It serves mainly for editing configurations in the system files, but supports a large number of programming languages ​​and is expandable with plugins dedicated.

For this reason, before use Brackets, I used Gedit also for editing HTML and CSS.

This is gedit. (more…)

Brackets: l’editor “of” and “to” HTML / CSS e JavaScript

Ok, the title is not very good, but I did not know how to explain in a few words Brackets need to write code HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and is also written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You are already going to the loop, true?

Personally, for writing HTML and CSS I have always got on well with Gedit, the built-in editor in Gnome. Scelsi Gedit for the interface without frills and the ability to customize (also extending its functions through plugin). The basic settings are sparse, but “wandering” between the preferences you can enable different functions to make it a complete editor. (more…)