Switch on color inversion from Magnifier and run ClearType
ClearType is Microsoft’s implementation of subpixel rendering technology in rendering text in a font system.
and ClearType sucks. ClearType doesn’t give the best font and the font looks awful bad even after configuring several times. I have tried it several times to get the font atleast good.
But while I was checking the magnifier recently, i came across color inversion and saw that my font looks awful while the color is inverted.
So i tried to switch on the inverted option in magnifier to and tried to configure the ClearType and selected all the ones that are good, and applied them.
Once i return back from color inversion, my font looked better than what I had previously applied.
Although it worked perfectly for some parts, other parts which looked nice before became bad.
Apple left an easter egg in its new 30 years of Mac tribute website today: A custom font that depicts each Mac model from the past three decades of its history as a maker of personal computers. The original font which is found in the apple website uses special private characters so once installed, you won’t be able to just type to use it as you would a normal font. So i have edited the glphys to make it work with regular alphabets.
Original Font: https://db.tt/DrHgDLbH
Edited Font to work with regular alphabets: https://db.tt/mbceqlyb
Htaccess is a powerful tool. Simplest mistake in syntax can cause problems. In this post i am talking about the permanent redirect, ie 301 redirect of old domain to new domain.
Case 1: if you need to keep the url structure of old domain in the new one
eg: http://olddomain.com/hello gets redirected to http://newdomain.com/hello
Do this: if you plan to keep the url structure
+ve: Helps to retain the seo
Redirect 301 / http://newdomain.com/
Case 2: if you don’t need the url structure
eg: http://olddomain.com/hello gets redirected to http://newdomain
Do this: if you dont plan to keep the url structure
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://newdomain.com/ [R=301]