Mapping TypeKit font common names to CSS font family name and font weight combinations. (TypeKit help article)
Example: Mappings for recent Franklin Gothic URW kits.
|TypeKit Font Name||CSS Font Family||CSS Font Weight|
|Franklin Gothic URW Light||“Franklin-Gothic-URW”||300|
|Franklin Gothic URW Book||“Franklin-Gothic-URW”||400|
|Franklin Gothic URW Medium||“Franklin-Gothic-URW”||500|
|Franklin Gothic URW Demi||“Franklin-Gothic-URW”||700|
|Franklin Gothic URW Heavy||“Franklin-Gothic-URW”||900|
Year Days of Month * Year Days of Month *
1996 2, 7-8 2011 27th
1999 9, 14 2013 6, 25
2001 5th 2014 3, 16-17, 25
2003 1st 2015 1,5
2005 8th 2016 4th
2007 7, 16 2017 13-14
* Days at Reagan National Airport, 1996-2017, with more than “trace” snowfall as reported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
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If you want to merely replace a Camry light bulb but couldn’t find a simple list of brands/types, look no further…
If “Attach to Process” only fake-attaches to the saleslogic.exe process, and does not hit breakpoints, try selecting:
“Managed (v4.0) code” for “Attach to:”
General Analyses (Tag)
e.g. Edge of Tomorrow
Screenplay Analysis Classroom Discussions (sub-link “Themes”)
e.g. Pan’s Labyrinth
Google Analytics, in their Audience Reports, sets a website visitor’s Campaign Source, Traffic Source, and Referral Source fields according to this processing flow chart diagram.
The Umbraco PublishDialog.js pop-up publishes content documents via REST web services with:
(linked to GitHub Umbraco Source)
This controller action was a bit obfuscated as I sought an *easy* way to get the published content document’s URL. Which unfortunately may not exist yet.
Useful when shopping at Autozone for replacement car lights.