Translating nature. 10 книг, после которых ты не останешься прежним. SketchUp. Bootstrap · The world's most popular mobile-first and responsive front-end framework. Faux Absolute Positioning. There are two popular approaches to positioning with CSS: float and absolute positioning.
Both approaches have their pros and cons. My teammates and I have developed a new positioning approach that gives us the best of both worlds. After quite a bit of experimenting and testing, it’s time to share the technique with the rest of the world and see how we can work together to improve it. I’m calling it “faux absolute positioning” after the faux columns technique that simulates the presence of a column. Why do we need another CSS layout technique? Article Continues Below Many website designs are based on a columnar layout with a header and footer. CSS Template Layout Module. Abstract A grid with four slots defined by ‘display: "aaaaaaa" "bccccdd"’.
CSS is a simple, declarative language for creating style sheets that specify the rendering of HTML and other structured documents. This specification is part of level 3 of CSS (“CSS3”) and contains features to describe layouts at a high level, meant for tasks such as the positioning and alignment of “widgets” in a graphical user interface or the layout grid for a page or a window, in particular when the desired visual order is different from the order of the elements in the source document. Other CSS3 modules contain properties to specify fonts, colors, text alignment, list numbering, tables, etc. The features in this module are described together for easier reading, but are usually not implemented as a group. Status of this document.
The i, b, em, & strong elements. While many HTML4 elements have been brought into HTML5 essentially unchanged, several historically presentational ones have been given semantic meanings.
Let’s look at <i> and <b> and compare them to the semantic stalwarts <em> and <strong>. In summary: <i> — was italic, now for text in an “alternate voice”, such as transliterated foreign words, technical terms, and typographically italicized text (W3C:Markup, WHATWG)<b> — was bold, now for “stylistically offset” text, such as keywords and typographically emboldened text (W3C:Markup, WHATWG)<em> — was emphasis, now for stress emphasis, i.e., something you’d pronounce differently (W3C:Markup, WHATWG)<strong> — was for stronger emphasis, now for strong importance, basically the same thing (stronger emphasis or importance is now indicated by nesting) (W3C:Markup, WHATWG) Giving presentational elements new semantic meanings. CSS: tips & tricks. Gamification. Categorization Gamification in a narrow sense is used in a non-game context, is built into the service system, and is aiming at an infinite experience.
It does not aim at creating a game but offering a gameful experience. In a broader sense gamification also includes game context such as in serious games and finite and infinite games. Another categorization compares gamification with other gameful approaches by looking at characteristics such as spontaneity, rules, or goals: Techniques Serious game. A serious game or applied game is a game designed for a primary purpose other than pure entertainment.
The "serious" adjective is generally prepended to refer to products used by industries like defense, education, scientific exploration, health care, emergency management, city planning, engineering, and politics.  Definition and scope Serious games are simulations of real-world events or processes designed for the purpose of solving a problem. Although serious games can be entertaining, their main purpose is to train or educate users, though it may have other purposes, such as marketing or advertisement.
Overview The term "serious game" has been used long before the introduction of computer and electronic devices into entertainment. Reduced to its formal essence, a game is an activity among two or more independent decision-makers seeking to achieve their objectives in some limiting context. Group dynamics. Division of labour. The division of labour is the specialization of cooperating individuals who perform specific tasks and roles.
Because of the large amount of labour saved by giving workers specialized tasks in Industrial Revolution-era factories, some classical economists as well as some mechanical engineers such as Charles Babbage were proponents of division of labour. Also, having workers perform single or limited tasks eliminated the long training period required to train craftsmen, who were replaced with lesser paid but more productive unskilled workers. Historically, an increasingly complex division of labour is associated with the growth of total output and trade, the rise of capitalism, and of the complexity of industrialised processes. The concept and implementation of division of labour has been observed in ancient Sumerian (Mesopotamian) culture, where assignment of jobs in some cities coincided with an increase in trade and economic interdependence.
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It is often claimed that conservation is a place where this fusion has actually taken place. So it might be reasonable to study the ways that conservators talk to see if they use a common language that could be applied elsewhere to assist with communication between different cultures. Art and Science Separated: the Creation Myth In the beginning science and art were one. But following the death of Prince Albert in 1861 something disruptive happened.
The Changing Meaning of Words. Page. The art v science debate: your views - Comment - Comment - London Evening Standard. As our ASPIRES research shows, the assumption that one is either “arty” or scientific contributes to reduced levels of and less diverse participation in key subjects at A-level and beyond.
Students from countries with post-16 baccalaureate systems are far more likely to study a mix of arts and sciences. Science can be creative and art, scientific. Both are vital to a healthy, vibrant economy and society. Prof Louise Archer, King’s College London Art helps us to think about big issues such as climate change and genetic modification that are rooted in science. Dr Johanna Kieniewicz The last time I looked, art, science,technology and engineering were completely enmeshed. An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth → Manifesto ProjectManifesto Project. Inside Anselm Kiefer's astonishing 200-acre art studio. Anselm Kiefer is a bewildering artist to get to grips with. The word that comes up most often when his work is discussed is the heart-sinking and slippery "references".
His vast pictures, thick with paint and embedded with objects from sunflowers and diamonds to lumps of lead, nod to the Nazis and Norse myth, to Kabbalah and the Egyptian gods, to philosophy and poetry, and to alchemy and the spirit of materials. How is one to unpick such a complex personal cosmology? Kiefer himself refuses to help: "Art really is something very difficult," he says. Thought Experiments in Graphic Design Education : Booksfromthefuture. Syllogistic fallacy. Existential Fallacy (Categorical Syllogisms) 5.3 Rules and Fallacies A Crash Course in Formal Logic Pt 6c: Rules for Categorical Syllogisms Rules Method to Test Categorical Syllogisms for Validity Tropes and Schemes (Isocolon, Antithesis, Logical Fallacy, Circular Reasoning, and Syllogisms) Undistributed Middle (Logical Fallacy) Critical Thinker Academy - Learn HOW to Think, Not WHAT to Think.
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