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Posts Tagged ‘Characters’.

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Unicode, UTF8 & Character Sets: The Ultimate Guide

This is a story that dates back to the earliest days of computers. The story has a plot, well, sort of. It has competition and intrigue, as well as traversing oodles of countries and languages. There is conflict and resolution, and a happyish ending. [Links checked February/17/2017]

All About Unicode, UTF8 & Character Sets

But the main focus is the characters — 110,116 of them. By the end of the story, they will all find their own unique place in this world. This story will follow a few of those characters more closely, as they journey from Web server to browser, and back again. Along the way, you'll find out more about the history of characters, character sets, Unicode and UTF-8, and why question marks and odd accented characters sometimes show up in databases and text files.

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12 Principles For Clean HTML Code

Beautiful HTML is the foundation of a beautiful website. When I teach people about CSS, I always begin by telling them that good CSS can only exist with equally good HTML markup. A house is only as strong as its foundation, right? The advantages of clean, semantic HTML are many, yet so many websites suffer from poorly written markup. [Content Care Oct/31/2016]

body class example

Let's take a look at some poorly written HTML, discuss its problems, and then whip it into shape! Bear in mind, we are not passing any judgment on the content or design of this page, only the markup that builds it.

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10 Awesome, Contemporary Character Designs

Characters live amongst us — in graffiti, as vinyl dolls, as commercial identity icons and almost everywhere. A character communicates content without actually saying a word. We can see the use of characters in advertising, consumerism and in contemporary art growing more and more important and diverse.

Khuan

This post presents 10 examples of breathtaking contemporary character design with excellent use of colors, visual elements, proportions and texture.

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