logo
down
shadow

Unwanted filled letters in webpage


Unwanted filled letters in webpage

By : user2955385
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I'm unable to reproduce this on Windows 7 (Chrome, Firefox, IE) with Munro installed locally. The letters display just fine (see image below). And I think that's the bigger issue: fonts not made for the web are likely to be rendered very differently across browsers and platforms (if at all). If you want to make sure these buttons look the same for all your users, stick to the images you created with Photoshop (and perhaps save them as PNG-8 with transparency rather than PNG-24 to shave off some kilobytes).
Technically, you can turn any TTF file into a web font, using FontSquirrel's Webfont Generator, for example. The font's license has to allow this, of course, because you'd essentially be redistributing the font. Just placing the TTF file in a /fonts/ folder and using font-family: Munro;, however, is not going to cut it, and only works for you because you have previously installed the font on your computer.
code :


Share : facebook icon twitter icon
CakePHP 2.4: Unwanted pre-filled form data

CakePHP 2.4: Unwanted pre-filled form data


By : Keevin Tarantino
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Is not your browser? (saved username/password when you type for the first time)
So, you can turn of the autocomplete.
code :
<?php echo $this->Form->create('User', array('url' => BASE_URL.'/users/add', 'action'=>'post', 'autocomplete' => 'off')); ?>
Drawing filled circles with letters in iOS 7

Drawing filled circles with letters in iOS 7


By : gromimiss
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Below is a UIView subclass that will do what you want. It will correctly size and position 1 or more letters in the circle. Here's how it looks with 1-3 letters at various sizes (32, 64, 128, 256):
code :
@interface MELetterCircleView : UIView

/**
 * The text to display in the view. This should be limited to 
 * just a few characters.
 */
@property (nonatomic, strong) NSString *text;

@end



@interface MELetterCircleView ()

@property (nonatomic, strong) UIColor *circleColor;

@end

@implementation MELetterCircleView

- (instancetype)initWithFrame:(CGRect)frame text:(NSString *)text
{
    NSParameterAssert(text);
    self = [super initWithFrame:frame];
    if (self)
    {
        self.text = text;
    }

    return self;
}

// Override to set the circle's background color. 
// The view's background will always be clear.
-(void)setBackgroundColor:(UIColor *)backgroundColor
{
    self.circleColor = backgroundColor;
    [super setBackgroundColor:[UIColor clearColor]];
}


- (void)drawRect:(CGRect)rect
{
    CGContextRef context = UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext();

    [self.circleColor setFill];
    CGContextAddArc(context, CGRectGetMidX(rect), CGRectGetMidY(rect),
                             CGRectGetWidth(rect)/2, 0, 2*M_PI, YES);
    CGContextFillPath(context);

    [self drawSubtractedText:self.text inRect:rect inContext:context];

}

- (void)drawSubtractedText:(NSString *)text inRect:(CGRect)rect 
                 inContext:(CGContextRef)context
{
    CGContextSaveGState(context);

    // Magic blend mode
    CGContextSetBlendMode(context, kCGBlendModeDestinationOut);


    CGFloat pointSize = 
           [self optimumFontSizeForFont:[UIFont boldSystemFontOfSize:100.f]
                                 inRect:rect 
                               withText:text];

    UIFont *font = [UIFont boldSystemFontOfSize:pointSize];

    // Move drawing start point for centering label.
    CGContextTranslateCTM(context, 0, 
                           (CGRectGetMidY(rect) - (font.lineHeight/2)));

    CGRect frame = CGRectMake(0, 0, CGRectGetWidth(rect), font.lineHeight)];
    UILabel *label = [[UILabel alloc] initWithFrame:frame];
    label.font = font;
    label.text = text;
    label.textAlignment = NSTextAlignmentCenter;
    label.backgroundColor = [UIColor clearColor];
    [label.layer drawInContext:context];

    // Restore the state of other drawing operations
    CGContextRestoreGState(context);
}

-(CGFloat)optimumFontSizeForFont:(UIFont *)font inRect:(CGRect)rect 
                        withText:(NSString *)text
{
    // For current font point size, calculate points per pixel
    CGFloat pointsPerPixel = font.lineHeight / font.pointSize;

    // Scale up point size for the height of the label. 
    // This represents the optimum size of a single letter.
    CGFloat desiredPointSize = rect.size.height * pointsPerPixel;

    if ([text length] == 1)
    {
            // In the case of a single letter, we need to scale back a bit
            //  to take into account the circle curve.
            // We could calculate the inner square of the circle, 
            // but this is a good approximation.
        desiredPointSize = .80*desiredPointSize;
    }
    else
    {
        // More than a single letter. Let's make room for more.
        desiredPointSize = desiredPointSize / [text length];
    }

    return desiredPointSize;
}
@end
What's causing my array to be filled with unwanted numbers

What's causing my array to be filled with unwanted numbers


By : Zoltán Forgács
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue I am trying to implement a set ADT using dynamic arrays. I have a set for odd and even numbers. When a array is full I use realloc to get a bigger array. The problem is that this also seems to fill the array with unwanted numbers. , In function set_add you should change the if condition:
code :
 if (set->numitems + 1 >= set->maxitems) // Make new bigger array if full
if (set->numitems  >= set->maxitems) // Make new bigger array if full
Creating a set filled with letters from the alphabet in python

Creating a set filled with letters from the alphabet in python


By : Fonda
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue a, b, ... on their own are not strings, they are names. Python strings must be enclosed in single quotes ('a'), double quotes ("a") or triple quotes ("""a""" or '''a'''). So, the correct version of your code would be:
Unwanted outlined appearing for a UIBezierPath that is filled and used as a clip for a see thru gradient

Unwanted outlined appearing for a UIBezierPath that is filled and used as a clip for a see thru gradient


By : Aurelia Favela
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I have a path that is filled and also used for a clip to provide a gradient. The rendering of the gradient is just a tiny bit smaller or differently anti-aliased compared with the rendering of the fill. This creates an outline effect: , I think you have to turn off antialiasing like this:
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • Bootstrap3 - Removed container-fluid
  • Bootstrap framework not responsive for asp.net webform
  • How to align two inner divs inside outer absolute positioned div that has fixed width in which both divs have the same w
  • Div to ignore html tags
  • Prevent caching and stale content with a static web site
  • Is there a way to change the whole document with one selector in CSS?
  • why cant I click om my navigationbar links?
  • Is there a CSS/HTML way to cut multiple shapes out of the top/bottom of a div?
  • css border around multiple links/images
  • 'No data was received in the uploaded file', but file is not empty
  • How input boxes save previous entries
  • AMP carousel direction change
  • Bootstrap multiple carousel not working on thumbnails click
  • Is there a way to put a permanent space into an input field?
  • Html boxes not displaying properly
  • How can I change a variable in Jekyll _config.yml dynamically?
  • How can I prevent DIVs from overlapping a right floated image?
  • Eclipse and .tml files highlighting not working
  • Footer is not in the bottom of the window, (phonegap jquery mobile app for windows mobile)
  • How to put div over another
  • How to use glyphicons in bootstrap 3.0
  • Wordpress page links not working
  • How Do I Use CSS to Set the Color of An ALink?
  • Webpage doesn't scroll smoothly on screen
  • YouTube iframe, browser looks for file locally
  • html displaying inline image
  • Font acting differently on IE and Firefox
  • Encoding and decoding of the character references
  • An Image Button navigate to another site html/css
  • IE8 "Save Target as ..." won't display for block elements
  • Image hover transition for span - CSS
  • How to apply min and max on textarea?
  • How to draw multiple horizontal lines (Notebook Paper effect) using css?
  • Table Printing Issue: Gaps in top and Bottom Border of th Elements
  • grouping elements with div and applying stylesheet for that group
  • Click <div> to expand, then click again to shrink - Its expanding, just not shrinking
  • CSS - How can I center a <script>'s output?
  • Django's template variable gets interpreted as HTML
  • ngx datatable vertical scroll with rowheight set to auto
  • How to make input text border with CSS when it's OnFocus
  • Anyone know of a calendar web widget for my website I could use?
  • How does Bootstrap manage to use fixed positioning for navbar on iOS?
  • Centered text in fully clickable table cell
  • Compare HTML and HTML5
  • steps of creating webpage in bangla
  • css root element margin
  • What is the point of using absolute positioning in CSS?
  • Responsive solution for long URLs (that exceed the device width)
  • Divs don't collapse as they should - media queries
  • QTreeWidgetItem display html
  • Testing html/css image on local from jfiddle
  • long attribute value of HTML
  • Why my svg picture is truncated at the bottom when embedded in html
  • Display CSS: some divs fixed, some flexible (2)
  • How to append href strings with variables in html with PHP?
  • css - Why is there a big white space between text lines?
  • div image position fixed + scroll
  • Hide specific elements from html using css
  • how to align the arrow in menu item?
  • How do I create a trapezoidal button using CSS?
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © ourworld-yourmove.org