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Social Icons based on font… but intelligent

Today we talk about are and web, indeed ... talk about an easy way to use a font in our pages graph which correspond social icons (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and so on), thus integrating the article about six months ago on the set of icons in the form of font.

The font of today has as particularity the fact of being simple to include, even more than the set of icons that I mentioned six months ago. It's called "Mono Social Icon Font", and a example live (worth a thousand words) we can see the project page. In fillable field (opening the site the focus is already on the) we try to write any of the names next to the icons below ("circleaboutme", "circlebebo", etc.).


Redacted: font that replaces the “lorem ipsum” #2

block text

The saga fonts suitable for wireframe, in this article we Redacted, clearly inspired by a font Blokk (of which has been discussed in the previous article), but with a difference: the possibility to choose a layout block, handwriting or hand writing in bold.


Font old-style affascinanti

Just today I was browsing through an old book of cocktails manual, will have been printed around the seventies and I was very intrigued photos: wonderful. Another aspect that caught, what I want to talk about today, are the fonts used. If it was a recent book (even up to 20 years ago) in all probability would have been used Times o l'Arial, in this case in particular have been used instead of three characters singular: one for the title, one for the ingredients and another for the body.


WhatTheFont! looks for the font from an image

A few posts ago I was involved in TinEye, a site that indexes through their crawlers images of the whole web, by an algorithm preserves the mapping of the images that it finds and, if interrogato, after the upload or reporting of the URL of an image is capable of return all the sites that contain (or at least all of the sites indexed by him).


Linux e are

In this guide I will explain a few small things that new users GNU/Linux. Those coming from the Microsoft world will be used to having to fiddling with fonts and characters various so completely irrational. The creators of Windows XP in esteem it had released a software simple to use, but in reality (as we shall see) is not always so. An example is the 'font installer. To install a font on XP you need to go to the folder "characters", cliccare su "File" - "Install New Font" and finally choose from a file manager that we want to install the downloaded font.

This procedure should be repeated all the times that we have to install a different font. If we had 100 fonts to be installed should repeat the procedure 100 times. So much for simplicity.