At Automattic San Francisco someone is celebrating… and they have good reason: developing the CMS has now shot down the psychological threshold of 30 percent of Web sites around the world. This figure comes from W3Techs, a service provided by an Austrian consulting company that monitors Read more…
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…)
Today I illustrate a small process, which I highly recommend to those bloggers linked to the development of a certain topic, to automatically alert 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, where technical information can be fine 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) leading article, with a class of our choice. We will then give us a style to the DIV. (more…)
Today we create simple badge “antipixel” with Gimp.
Perhaps not everyone knows about the “antipixel”. Let's see if Wikipedia it lightens ideas:
A ‘antipixel, also called badge web, is 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…)