Replacing a watermark over one image can be an easy task. Replacing it on a 50.000 set of images, can be a tricky job to do.
This case is really simple. The company change their logo. They have all the images on their website watermarked with their old logo and they wanted to re-watermark all the images. They did not stored the original photos on upload but stored just the new watermarked ones.
Bad news for you, this option have been removed in chrome. Since the update of December 2015 the spell check option from the right-click menu disappeared and so you can not change the language for the spell checker as you normally would.
The good news is that in Chrome 47 was implemented the automatic spell checker in multiple languages! So you can continue to type in different languages, and Chrome will automatically spell check all of your input text without you needing to manually change languages.
This easy clearing method uses a clever CSS pseudo selector (:after) to clear floats. Rather than setting the overflow on the parent, you apply an additional class like “clearfix” to it. Then apply this CSS:
This will apply a small bit of content, hidden from view, after the parent element which clears the float. This isn’t quite the whole story, as additional code needs to be used to accommodate for older browsers.
This is not a tutorial about CSS transition effect and does no pretend to show the functionality of this CSS property. But anyway, if few words the css transition effect provide a way to control the speed of animation changes to CSS properties.
This a CSS3 based web form design. It was used only CSS and HTML to rich the result. Thanks to advanced CSS properties, such as gradients and shadows, it’s now quite easy to turn a basic web form into something beautiful.
Among other great features, HTML5 web introduces prefetching, the art of loading pages before the user requested them. In this article, I’m going to discuss this new technique as well as showing you some ready to use examples to drastically improve your website loading time. Continue reading “Prefetching images and links with HTML5”