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The 30% Worldwide Site using WordPress

At Automattic San Francisco someone is celebrating ... and they have good reason: developing the CMS has now shot down the psychological threshold of 30 percentage of Web sites Worldwide. This data comes from W3Techs, a service provided by an Austrian consulting company that monitors the first 10 millions of sites which holds the Alexa ranking. The number is updated daily, and today it seems that WordPress holds the 60 percent of the CMS market. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Security

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…)

By TheJoe, ago
Sites

WordPress: alert the reader to an article dated

Today I illustrate a small process, which I highly recommend to those bloggers linked to the development of a certain topic, to automatically warn the reader that the article you are reading is more old man a time of our choosing, and possibly belonging to a certain category. I am thinking especially to my blog, in which information technology can go well today, but it may already be obsolete with the next release of a software, no longer supported by the operating system or ingetrata. The result will be completely customizable: appear a block (DIV) in the top of the article, with a class of our choice. We will then give us a style to the DIV. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Gimp

Tutorial: create a Antipixel with Gimp

Today we create simple badge "antipixel" with Gimp. Perhaps not everyone knows about the "antipixel". Let's see if Wikipedia it lightens ideas:

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A 'antipixel, also called badge web, is a small image used on websites to promote web standards, the software used to create the site, or to indicate a specific content licensing. The logo image Powered by MediaWiki, on the Wikipedia website is an example of a badge web. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago