Finally getting a chance to upload a few pictures from the trip. With 1600+ it will take a while to share them. I will probably do several pictures per post later, but today I have just one special one.
This was my first time ever to see purple mountains. They really do exist! But only at certain times of day.
Kanji-lish is a really neat plug-in for Firefox that I just started using to help with learning Chinese characters. It substitutes the first character of many words with the Chinese character for that word. Here is a sample.
Kanjilish is a Firefox 加dd-on that allows you to 練ractice Japanese or Chinese characters while you 読ead English (or 他ther languages) by replacing the first letter (or entire 語ord) with a 字haracter. For example, the 語ord 読ead might 顕ppear as 読ead.
You can get it here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/7208
I received a question recently that I thought might be helpful to others. Here it is.
My colleague, created a graphic that she would now like to offer to others as a badge that folks can embed on their website, email. etc. I know that there are sites for badge generators but wanted to see if you have a recommended solution.
My experience has been that most “badge generators” only help you with creating the graphic not with hosting the image or generating the html, so I have always done badges by hand.
To do that, all you have to do is:
You may need to use a code box or special characters to keep your html in a format that your users will be able to copy and paste. This will vary slightly depending on your software.
Try copying my code and see if that “just works” if not, try it without the code box you might not need it. If you can’t get it to work, contact me.
If this is helpful or you have other questions, I would love to hear from you.