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La mafia del fuoco: pressioni alla politica e affari dei clan, ecco perché l’Italia sta bruciando -
Dietro gli incendi non c’è un disegno eversivo o una regia unica. Ma una serie di ragioni che mettono lo Stato in ginocchio. Si evocano piani eversivi per nascondere la realtà dei territori abbandonati. È la bonifica criminale per eccellenza: con le fiamme si fa spazio a discariche e ad aree in cui si potrebbe stoccare di tutto. Il territorio è in balìa di se stesso senza alcuna seria possibilità di prevenzione, previsione, monitoraggio e intervento.
Saviano  incendi  criminalità  letture 
july 2017 by aldolat
Analfabeti funzionali, il dramma italiano: chi sono e perché il nostro Paese è tra i peggiori - l'Espresso
Sono capaci di leggere e scrivere, ma hanno difficoltà a comprendere testi semplici e sono privi di molte competenze utili nella vita quotidiana. Nessuna nazione in Europa, a parte la Turchia, ne conta così tanti. Tutti i numeri per capire la dimensione di un fenomeno spesso sottovalutato.
analfabetismo_funzionale  letture 
july 2017 by aldolat
NarcoRoma, la nuova capitale della cocaina -
La città trasformata nella centrale internazionale del traffico di droga. Gestito da gruppi criminali romani, in affari con i boss della ‘ndrangheta e della camorra. Un business straordinario che permette di raccogliere con un solo carico un miliardo e 300 milioni di euro: più del valore in Borsa di Roma e Juventus. Il procuratore Pignatone: la rotta che parte dalla Capitale ha come obiettivo l'intera Europa.
Saviano  Roma  criminalità  narcotraffico  letture 
july 2017 by aldolat
PGP and SSH keys on a Yubikey NEO « Eric Severance
With the new year, I decided it was time to make a new PGP key. I wanted to keep this key on a Yubikey NEO and NEO-n for every day use. By using hardware tokens like the Yubikey, the private PGP keys never need to be stored on my computer. The PGP keys on the Yubikey can also be used for SSH public-key authentication.
encryption  pgp  YubiKey  gpg  gnupg  letture 
june 2015 by aldolat
Introduction to CSS Colors
We’ll cover all the available methods for specifying colors with CSS in this guide.
color  webdesign  webdev  css  letture 
january 2015 by aldolat
Create WordPress Plugins with OOP Techniques - Tuts Code Article
In this tutorial, I will teach you the basics of writing a WordPress plugin using object oriented techniques.
oop  wordpress  php  webdev  letture 
december 2014 by aldolat
Focusing on a Team Workflow With Git - Tuts Code Tutorial
Git provides numerous benefits for the solo developer, but it also really shines when it comes to team collaboration.
git  development  letture 
december 2014 by aldolat
Centering in CSS: A Complete Guide | CSS-Tricks
Centering things in CSS is the poster child of CSS complaining. Why does it have to be so hard? They jeer. I think the issue isn't that it's difficult to do, but in that there so many different ways of doing it, depending on the situation, it's hard to know which to reach for.
html  webdev  centering  letture 
september 2014 by aldolat
The WPLift Complete Guide to WordPress Image Handling
In this post we are going to cover how to control image sizes in WordPress, how to edit images after uploading them, how to shrink the filesize for faster-loading pages and how to create galleries and enable a stylish full-screen carousel for image galleries.
wordpress  images  letture 
september 2014 by aldolat
Git: The Safety Net for Your Projects · An A List Apart Article
During the course of this article, I’ll walk through how Git can help you avoid mistakes—and how to recover if they’ve already happened.
git  letture 
september 2014 by aldolat
Best Practices for WordPress Theme Development
You want to do it right, right? Not just throw it together so that it just barely works? In that case it’s important to become familiar with a few best practices for theme development, so you produce a beautiful work of art and not a crude hack job, even if you don’t want to make your theme available for other people.
wordpress  webdev  code  letture 
august 2014 by aldolat
Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: An Introduction - Tuts Code Tutorial
This series is going to focus solely on those who are wanting to learn to build more complex solutions with WordPress. You may be someone who is comfortable with building themes and/or simple plugins, but are looking to advance your skill set by learning object-oriented programming.
php  wordpress  oop  webdev  letture 
august 2014 by aldolat
Setup a Custom Domain for Github Pages
Beside giving Github Pages for free, Github also allows us to use our own domain name for the Page we created. So instead of using the following name format: {username}{project-name}, you can call the blog something like instead.
domain  github  letture 
april 2014 by aldolat
Stop Wasting Users' Time | Smashing Magazine
Our users are precious about their time and we must stop wasting it. On each project ask two questions: “Am I saving myself time at the expense of the user?” and “How can I save the user time here?” What is the single most precious commodity in Western society? Money? Status? I would argue it is time.
webdesign  interface  web  time  letture 
april 2014 by aldolat
How to Install Breadcrumbs in WordPress and Why You Should
Merely implementing breadcrumbs on your site, however, doesn’t automatically guarantee that you will start seeing them in your search results. You need to have a site that Google trusts and believes is something of an authority.
wordpress  breadcrumbs  google  letture 
april 2014 by aldolat
How to Set Up a Free Mini-Course in WordPress - WPMU DEV
There are lots of ways to give visitors to your site extra value. One such way is to let them take a free mini-course. Instead of just putting up the course and letting anyone access it, you could use the opportunity to get people onto your mailing list. In order to do that, you’ll need to put your course behind a “paywall,” even if the cost is only the submission of their email address. And so that’s what we’re going to go over in this post — setting up a free mini-course behind a payway.
wordpress  plugin  education  letture 
march 2014 by aldolat
Our themes don't have sliders... Because sliders suck. • Yoast
Let me make one thing very clear: sliders suck. Of course, I entitle myself to my own opinion, and you’re entitled to yours. But let me explain why they suck.
slider  webdesign  webdev  letture 
february 2014 by aldolat
Google Author Pic Not Showing Up? Solution | ArtDriver
In this blog post I will describe a real “Google author pic problem” that happened to me a few weeks ago.
google  authorship  content  letture 
january 2014 by aldolat
Yes, you do have something to hide | Safe and Savvy
“But I have nothing to hide” is an argument that we hear often nowadays.
privacy  letture 
january 2014 by aldolat
Simone Aliprandi blog: Le licenze Creative Commons sono irrevocabili?
In che senso si dice che le licenze Creative Commons sono irrevocabili?
license  creativecommons  letture 
january 2014 by aldolat
How To Make Twenty Fourteen (Or Any Other WP Theme!) Super - WPMU DEV
In a recent review of WordPress’ latest default theme, WPMU DEV’s Chris Knowles called Twenty Fourteen a “flawed beauty.”
wordpress  development  design  letture  themes 
january 2014 by aldolat
Wordpress Featured Images – add_image_size() resizing and cropping demo — Studiograsshopper
The purpose of this article is to give detailed information on how to use Featured Images and the add_image_size() function and, with examples, demonstrate the consequences of using the various cropping and resizing options available in this function.
wordpress  images  thumbnail  letture 
january 2014 by aldolat
Creating Custom WordPress Query
Today, we are going to take a look at WordPress Query. Even though WordPress has documented its Query function, it is very intimidating and probably impractical to dive into each of the sections. This is the shortcut you need.
wordpress  wp_query  letture 
january 2014 by aldolat
Get Started With GitHub Pages (Plus Bonus Jekyll) - 24 ways
After several failed attempts at getting set up with GitHub Pages, I vowed that if I ever figured out how to do it, I’d write it up. Fortunately, I did eventually figure it out, so here is my write-up.
github  pages  jekyll  git  letture 
december 2013 by aldolat
Speed Up Your Mobile Website With Varnish | Smashing Mobile
In this article, I’ll show you Varnish Web application accelerator, a free and simple thing that makes a world of difference when a lot of people land on your website all at once.
apache  varnish  letture 
december 2013 by aldolat
NSA surveillance: how to stay secure | Bruce Schneier | World news |
The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it's in. With that in mind, here are five ways to stay safe
nsa  surveillance  security  letture 
november 2013 by aldolat
Android fa schifo? | Matteo Moro
Questo articolo nasce da una mia esigenza ben precisa: sono stufo di spiegare ciclicamente che cos’è Android, cosa sono i dispositivi Nexus, cosa dipende da chi e con chi prendersela se qualcosa sul proprio dispositivo non funziona come ci si aspetterebbe.
android  letture 
november 2013 by aldolat
Polish your code : Post Status
Your code doesn’t have to be perfect. In fact, it probably won’t be. But it should be clean, documented, organized, and use proper syntax. It should be polished.
sublime  text  code  wordpress  letture 
october 2013 by aldolat
Awesome CSS libraries, boilerplates and frameworks |
When starting a new project, using a CSS framework or boilerplate can help you save a lot of time. In this article, I have compiled my favorite CSS boilerplates, frameworks and libraries to help you being more efficient when building websites or apps.
webdev  html  css  letture 
july 2013 by aldolat
Simple Responsive Images With CSS Background Images
there’s an easy, straightforward way to deliver responsive images that’s supported by all of today’s Web browsers: CSS background images.
webdesign  webdev  images  letture 
july 2013 by aldolat
A Newbie's Guide to the GPL and WordPress Licensing
At IvyCat, we rely on Free Software every day to power everything from the version control we use to wrangle our code to the WordPress websites we create. Most of this software is released under a Free Software license called the GPL.
gpl  license  wordpress  letture 
july 2013 by aldolat
L’occhiale relativo
Possiamo avere scarsa fiducia nei nostri simili, possiamo continuare a pensare che una benevola ala protettrice debba continuare ogni giorno ad indicare il percorso verso la verità ad una folla di stupidi, oppure possiamo indossare l’occhiale relativo di Internet dove informazione, conoscenza, cultura sono il risultato di un filtro personale che rifugge da ogni generalizzazione.
internet  letture 
july 2013 by aldolat
7 Deadly Sins of WordPress Development -
when you develop for WordPress you have to make sure your theme or plugin can play nice with other WordPress extensions.
webdev  wordpress  letture 
june 2013 by aldolat
The WordPress Coding Standards: Naming Conventions and Function Arguments | Wptuts+
Our ultimate goal is to make sure that we’re writing code that conforms to the coding standards so that we, along with other developers, are able to more easily read, understand, and maintain code for themes, plugins, and applications built on top of WordPress.
standards  webdev  wordpress  letture 
june 2013 by aldolat
The WordPress Coding Standards: An Introduction | Wptuts+
We’ve written quite a bit about the WordPress APIs in previous articles, and we’ve touched on the WordPress Coding Standards, but we’ve never really taken a deep dive into the coding standards, understanding each aspect of them, and why they matter.
standards  webdev  wordpress  letture 
june 2013 by aldolat
7 Tips for Better WordPress Theme Development – Konstantin Kovshenin
I gave this talk at WordCamp Norway 2013. It covers several tips and tricks that will make you a better theme developer.
development  wordpress  letture  themes 
february 2013 by aldolat
Protection for WordPress Pingback Vulnerability : Perishable Press
If you know you aren’t using the XML-RPC functionality for anything, and would like to protect against any vulnerabilities, you can lock things down with a simple slice of .htaccess:
wordpress  security  pingbacks  letture 
january 2013 by aldolat
Data Sanitization and Validation With WordPress | Wptuts+
Proper security is critical to keeping your site or that of your theme or plug-in users safe. Part of that means appropriate data validation and sanitization. In this article we are going to look at why this is important, what needs to be done, and what functions WordPress provides to help.
wordpress  security  validation  sanitization  letture 
december 2012 by aldolat
Contributing To WordPress (Using Github) | scribu
Here’s how you can generate and manage patches for WordPress Core.
wordpress  development  git  letture 
december 2012 by aldolat
On Richard Stallman and Ubuntu | jonobacon@home
Today Richard Stallman, founder of the GNU project and Free Software Foundation wrote a critical post accusing Ubuntu of shipping spyware (which is referring to the online search capabilities of the Ubuntu dash).
ubuntu  canonical  spyware  amazon  letture 
december 2012 by aldolat
Ubuntu Spyware: What to Do? — Free Software Foundation — working together for free software
One of the major advantages of free software is that the community protects users from malicious software. Now Ubuntu GNU/Linux has become a counterexample. What should we do?
ubuntu  canonical  spyware  amazon  letture 
december 2012 by aldolat
How to create your own WordPress functionality plugin | WPCandy
A common, yet unfortunate practice in the WordPress community involves filling theme functions.php files with tweaks and functionality that is key to a site. The reason this is a bad idea, in short, is that it will tie your critical site functionality to a theme that will eventually change.
wordpress  functions  plugin  letture 
november 2012 by aldolat
Making a website responsive in 3 easy steps |
Today, a website must not look good only on a desktop screen, but also on tablets and smartphones. A website is responsive if it is able to adapt to the screen of the client. In this article, I’ll show you how to easily make a website responsive in three easy steps.
webdesign  css  html  responsive  letture 
november 2012 by aldolat
Call-To-Action che Funzionano
Il fatto è che molte call-to-action che si vedono in giro non funzionano come dovrebbero. Semplicemente non funzionano.
marketing  letture 
november 2012 by aldolat
The Complete Guide To Custom Post Types
Let’s take a look at how this came to be and all the options that this great functionality offers.
custom-post-type  wordpress  letture 
november 2012 by aldolat
Wordpress Add Shortcodes To Excerpts
I added the Shortcode API as described here, but it is only displayed in post content. How do I use shortcode in wordpress excerpt?
wordpress  feed  shortcodes  letture 
november 2012 by aldolat
Will Apple's Tacky Software-Design Philosophy Cause A Revolt? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
Fast Company's Austin Carr speaks with industry insiders and ex-Apple designers who have soured on the fake leather, glass, and wood that runs through OS X and iOs.
apple  design  skeuomorphism  ui  gui  letture 
october 2012 by aldolat
WPDensity: The Free WordPress Hosting Project -
WPDensity is being created as a mix between a hosted WordPress solution and a hosting company where users can manage their own installations.
wordpress  hosting  letture 
october 2012 by aldolat
Create your own local Dropbox with AeroFS | Ars Technica
If you're looking for something that will let you use your own server for storage and looks and acts pretty much like Dropbox, AeroFS might be for you.
cloud  storage  sync  sharing  backup  letture 
october 2012 by aldolat
The truth about structuring an HTML5 page | Feature | .net magazine
Part polemic, part instruction manual, The Truth About HTML5 has ignited an interesting debate. Here we present an exclusive excerpt on the problems around structuring in HTML5. This is an edited excerpt from Chapter 3 of The Truth About HTML5 by Luke Stevens.
html5  html  webdev  letture 
september 2012 by aldolat
Type study: Sizing the legible letter « The Typekit Blog
Type study is an ongoing series of guest posts about typography on the web. In this article, Ethan Marcotte dishes up advice on font size.
type  fonts  webdesign  css  typography  letture 
september 2012 by aldolat
Inside WordPress Actions and Filters | Smashing WordPress
WordPress’ core has been carefully sprinkled with actions and filters that external code (in the form of themes and plugins) can hook into, injecting new functionality into the standard flow.
webdev  actions  filters  wordpress  letture 
september 2012 by aldolat
More Internationalization Fun » Otto on WordPress
So in my last post about Internationalization, I covered some non-obvious things that you should consider when adding translation capabilities to your code. Today, let’s add to that by covering some non-obvious translation functions.
translation  i18n  localization  wordpress  letture 
september 2012 by aldolat
The Creative Process of Professional Designers
Have you ever wondered how other designers do their jobs? How do they come up with incredible ideas? What tools do they use to get their tasks done? How do they manage their time?
tools  design  creative  letture 
september 2012 by aldolat
Workflow and organization of documents (part 2)
After analyzing how people organize documents on the desktop, I observed how they organize documents inside file folders.
files  workflow  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
Workflow and organization of documents (part 1)
The workflow to move and copy a file could be a step in the more complex workflow of writing a presentation.
files  workflow  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
Post Formats: Quote
The purpose of this tutorial is to provide theme authors a method for dealing with the inconsistencies in how users input their quote content.
post-format  wordpress  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
The App Store Nightmare « Andreas on Coding
If this is any indication of the future of software distribution in general, I think I’m going to just give up and go into farming. AFAIK there are no DRM or geolocation limitations on farming equipment yet.
drm  apps  apple  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
Best WordPress Themes for Online Newspapers | Smashing WordPress
In this article, the first in our WordPress “Best of” series, we’ll go over WordPress newspaper themes.
smashing-magazine  themes  wordpress  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
I hate open space! » Elena Favilli - Tutte le cose sono fatte di atomi
Ecco, scrivo questo post per voi. Per dirvi che non siete soli, e per dirvi che c’è speranza. Ci sono posti come la Pixar in cui l’open space non esiste. O meglio, esiste solo quando vi scappa la pipì. E ora vi spiego perché.
openspace  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
The Plugins directory and readme.txt files
Every once in a while, somebody pings me to say that their plugin isn’t showing up properly in the directory. Almost always it’s a problem with the plugin itself having incorrect information somehow. So I thought I’d do a quick post to explain some aspects of the plugin directory, and explain some of the more obvious stuff which a lot of people miss.
readme  plugin_howto  wordpress  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
30 Beautiful Three-Colors Websites For Your Inspiration
In this collection of websites, we focused on designs that used three colors for their primary design elements. However, a few of these sites do include one or two highlight colors beyond the 3 main colors. Nonetheless, these websites were just too well-done and close enough to the 3 color criteria that we could not help but include them in this collection.
css  html  webdev  color  webdesign  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
Awesome CSS3 generators to simplify front end development |
CSS3 introduced lots of new possibilities in the world of front end web development. This is indeed a great thing, but it can become quite hard to remember all the parameters, especially if you come from a web designer background. Here are a list of 10 awesome CSS3 code generators that will help you to save time and hassle.
generator  webdev  css3  css  letture 
august 2012 by aldolat
Correre rende più leggere le mie giornate: è tempo che prendo per me, che elimina la fatica di una giornata di lavoro particolarmente pesante, o che me ne fa iniziare bene una nuova.
corsa  letture 
july 2012 by aldolat
BlackBerry PlayBook 4G con schermo da 10", immagini in anteprima
Sono apparse in rete le foto del BlackBerry PlayBook con schermo da 10".
playbook  blackberry  letture 
july 2012 by aldolat
Arch Linux: addio ad rc.conf. KISS?
Tramite la migrazione a systemd tutto questo viene messo in gioco ripudiando rc.conf come fonte unica del sapere.
arch_linux  linux  letture 
july 2012 by aldolat
GNOME prossimo al collasso?
GNOME sarebbe prossimo al collasso.
linux  gnome  letture 
july 2012 by aldolat
WordPress Retina Images -
Based on the information above, you might feel like shying away from providing Retina-quality images at all. However, there’s a great WordPress plugin that has all the features you need, WP Retina 2x
plugin  retina  wordpress  Resources  letture 
july 2012 by aldolat
Master Boot Record (MBR)
Il master boot record, o MBR, è il primo settore di un disco (cilindro 0, testina 0, settore 1) ed è destinato a contenere le informazioni essenziali per l’avvio del sistema dal bios.
harddisk  mbr  letture 
june 2012 by aldolat
How to publish professional podcasts using WordPress (and a few other tools) | WPCandy
A long Internet Time ago I wrote a tutorial that briefly explained how to publish a podcast with WordPress. Today I’d like to revisit the topic with a lot more information, and hopefully provide the perfect launchpad for those wanting to get rolling with a podcast of their own.
podcast  wordpress  plugin  letture 
june 2012 by aldolat
Creating Screencasts in Linux
Recording screencasts and post-processing them for publishing on sites like YouTube or as HTML5 videos was a tedious and error-prone task for me up until some months ago.
video_editing  ffmpeg  screencapture  screencast  letture 
june 2012 by aldolat
Using the WordPress Uploader in Your Plugin or Theme
WordPress has a nice media uploader dialog that it uses on the editor pages. Now wouldn’t it be nice if you could use it to handle image uploads for part of a plugin or theme you’re writing?
media  wordpress  letture 
june 2012 by aldolat
Understanding & Using Ansel Adam’s Zone System
The Zone System is a technique that was formulated by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer back in the 1930′s. It is an approach to a standardized way of working that guarantees a correct exposure in every situation, even in the trickiest lighting conditions such as back lighting, extreme difference between light and shadow areas of a scene, and many similar conditions that are most likely going to throw off your camera’s metering giving you a completely incorrect exposure.
anseladams  zonesystem  photography  letture 
may 2012 by aldolat
A Pure CSS3 Cycling Slideshow | Smashing Coding
Thanks to CSS3, we can create effects and animations without using JavaScript, which will facilitate the work of many designers.
css  webdesign  animation  slideshow  css3  HTML  letture 
april 2012 by aldolat
Going paperless: digitize instruction manuals and use QR codes to find them in context : Jamie Todd Rubin
One of the first things I did upon going paperless was to get rid of the stack of instruction manuals I’d accumulated over the years. There are some pretty cool benefits to digitizing your instruction manuals and it is very easy to do.
evernote  qrcode  paperless  letture 
april 2012 by aldolat
Zone System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Zone System is a photographic technique for determining optimal film exposure and development, formulated by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer.
contrast  exposure  photography  letture 
april 2012 by aldolat
Super useful WordPress action hooks and filters |
Action hooks and filters are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” a custom function to an existing function, which allows you to modify WordPress functionality without editing core files. Today, here are 10 super usefull action hooks and filters to supercharge your WordPress install!
tips  resources  wordpress  letture 
april 2012 by aldolat
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