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Receipt: font that replaces the “lorem ipsum” #1

As many will know, for the drafting of mockup Grafici to show the client you are using a well-established Latin formula, It does not necessarily make sense but give the’idea of how the site will look once completed. Tale formula (also called “filler text“) is named “lorem ipsum“, and for the curious there is a Wikipedia page detailed topic. Regarding the Latin text real exists instead a site (http://it.lipsum.com/) that generates a different content depending on your preference. (more…)

CSSDeck: many ideas from web design professionals

From the birth of CSS3 web designers are literally crazy for countless new possibilities available. Some of the most striking are the ability to create a’shading (also blurred) below the text or to any element, the possibility of rotate the pieces how many degrees you want, effects fade-in and fade-out and some simple animations in bother. The trend seems to be to abandon (the comunque diminuire) the use of graphics software in favor of sophisticated rendering via CSS. (more…)

The “Mauro Paravia” closed its doors

For some months now the news is official that the famous Mauro Paravia, one of the main dictionaries of the Italian language have closed its online election, coming out of each catalog. The decision was taken by motivating as a useless waste of resources the publication of the words online. A non Hanno portavano useful dire Loro come to’purchase a hardcover book.

It was first to predict user behavior. Who consults a dictionary online usually does not need an identical instrument and paper. This may not bring big profits construed as sales of the same paper tool, but having regard to access to the site they could come home, including the online advertising (De Mauro was I think the first, or between the first dictionaries to allow consultation directly online). (more…)