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Saved by uncleflo on June 23rd, 2019.
UTF-8 is an ASCII-preserving encoding method for Unicode (ISO 10646), the Universal Character Set (UCS). The UCS encodes most of the world's writing systems in a single character set, allowing you to mix languages and scripts within a document without needing any tricks for switching character sets. This web page is encoded directly in UTF-8. This, however, is a Web page, which started out as a kind of stress test for UTF-8 support in Web browsers, which was spotty when this page was first created in the 1990s but which has become standard in all modern browsers. The problem now is mainly the fonts and the browser's (or font's) support for the nonzero Unicode planes (as in, e.g., the Braille
and Gothic examples below). And to some extent the rendition of combining sequences, right-to-left rendition (Arabic,
Hebrew), and so on. The subtitle above shows currency symbols of many lands. If they don't appear as blobs, we're off to a good start!
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Saved by uncleflo on March 28th, 2018.
Did you know that you don't have to link to an external image file when using an <img> element in HTML, or declaring a background-image in CSS? You can embed the image data directly into the document with data URIs. Basically, a super long string of gibberish characters. It's not gibberish to the browser though of course. This data is interpreted as the type of file you are saying it is.
Saved by uncleflo on December 27th, 2017.
Discover how PHP 5.5 enables more-secure password handling. PHP, from the beginning, was a programming language made for building websites. That idea is in PHP's core far deeper than in any other programming language — perhaps one reason why PHP became and remains so popular for building web applications. But when PHP was first crafted in the mid-1990s, the term web application didn't even exist yet. Password protection, then, wasn't one of the features that the PHP creators devoted resources to. After all, you didn't need to worry about passwords when you used PHP just to put a site-visit counter or a date-modified stamp on your web page. But 20 years have passed, and now it's almost unthinkable to create a web application that doesn't involve password-protected user accounts. It's of the utmost importance that PHP programmers safeguard account passwords by using the latest and most secure methods. To that end, PHP 5.5 added a new password-hashing library created by Anthony Ferrara (@ircmaxell). The library makes several functions available that you can use to handle one-way password encryption with current best-practice methods. Other features anticipate future security needs so that as computers and hackers get more advanced, you can stay a step ahead of the bad guys. This article gives you an in-depth introduction to the library's functions and how to make the best use of them.
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Saved by uncleflo on June 27th, 2017.
According to Google (via: DF), UTF8 is now the most popular character set on the web! I wonder how much this is down to sensible defaults in web authoring tools, rather than a conscious shift in mindset. It's a long time since I looked at it, but as far as I can remember Dreamweaver defaults to UTF8 for new web pages, so a lot of beginning web designers are probably building Unicode sites without even realising it. I think there are a couple of reasons that many web designers and developers still aren't using Unicode across the board.
Saved by uncleflo on November 14th, 2014.
Ink2Go is an extremely simple yet powerful screen annotation and recording software. You can easily write on top of any other application that is currently active on the desktop, even on a running video. You can then save your annotations as an image file or even record the whole session as a video for sharing. It is a useful tool for presenters to communicate and share ideas during a live session, for educators to create effective video tutorials and for salespeople to create impressive video presentations.
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Saved by uncleflo on July 17th, 2014.
Recently I came across Aaron Hopkins' Optimizing Page Load Time article. It explains in depth how you should optimize your web pages for a faster browsing experience. It's full of brilliant theory, but not to so much about practical tips for the average blogger. So here is a list of 5 things you can do to optimize your web pages without having to redo your site design or set up distribution caches around the planet. It helped me to reduce load time of this web site by about 70% on average.
Saved by uncleflo on July 16th, 2014.
Style Tiles are a design deliverable consisting of fonts, colors and interface elements that communicate the essence of a visual brand for the web. They help form a common visual language between the designers and the stakeholders and provide a catalyst for discussions around the preferences and goals of the client. Style Tiles are similar to the paint chips and fabric swatches an interior designer gets approval on before designing a room. An interior designer doesn't design three different rooms for a client at the first kick-off meeting, so why do Web designers design three different webpage mockups?
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Saved by uncleflo on May 27th, 2013.
Last month, I showed you three tricks I use when gathering data on websites. I used these techniques to download webpages into a local folder. In and of themselves, these procedures are not SEO; however, a search engine optimization professional working on a large or enterprise website ought to know how to do this.
Saved by uncleflo on December 11th, 2012.
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