Lorenzo Verzini - Journal Journal Out to Dry 21 Jun, 2013 One for the people that have never been by the italian seaside during what I call summer: if I just close my eyes, this is the projection in my brain of those moments. This is a lovely series from Nicolee, a californian photographer girl now based in Rome. She’s also been selected to shoot the new teaser for the new Instagram ’video’ functionality.
The Flexbox Reading List: Techniques And Tools Flexbox gives us a new kind of control over our layouts1, making coding challenges that were hard or impossible to solve with CSS alone straightforward and intuitive. It provides us with the means to build grids that are flexible and aware of dynamic content152, and thus, give us the freedom to focus on the creation process instead of hacking our way towards a layout. To give you a head start into Flexbox and provide you with ideas on how to use it to master common coding challenges, we have collected tips, tricks, and tools that help you get the most out of its power already today. The list is by no means complete but includes the resources which we found helpful and useful.
HTTP access control (CORS) - HTTP Cross-site HTTP requests are HTTP requests for resources from a different domain than the domain of the resource making the request. For instance, a resource loaded from Domain A ( such as an HTML web page, makes a request for a resource on Domain B ( such as an image, using the img element ( This occurs very commonly on the web today — pages load a number of resources in a cross-site manner, including CSS stylesheets, images and scripts, and other resources. Cross-site HTTP requests initiated from within scripts have been subject to well-known restrictions, for well-understood security reasons. For example HTTP Requests made using the XMLHttpRequest object were subject to the same-origin policy. In particular, this meant that a web application using XMLHttpRequest could only make HTTP requests to the domain it was loaded from, and not to other domains.
Embedding Fonts in Epub Files The ability to embed fonts is a complex one and requires not only technical knowledge, but also legal knowledge and an understanding of device support. Before you produce an epub file for a device which supports embedded fonts, you should first consider using one of the fonts already built into the device. See the list of fonts included with each device.  Method About The Dieline — The Dieline - Package Design Resource Jessica Sanchez Associate Business Partner Jessica’s always had a love for design. A creative cookie since her first set of scented markers.