1 matchesas a moderator, you have access to http://dev.abstractfonts.com/ Check it out and let me know if the dynamic images show up for you.
You might have to open the details for one of the fonts and resave the preview text so it remembrs it for dev.af
let me know if you have any difficulties
1 matchesHello it's me "the heidi fliess" of the dev/design world, or heidi montag whoever she is... anyways I do have a font i'd like ID'ed if you could.
Sorry for the small pic, its of a book I have and I dont have a scanner or digi cam at present so I had to find one on the web. There were aparently two versions of this book, the one I'm seeking being the least common, as this is the ONLY picture on the net I could find. So here it is:
1 matcheswell, i use PHP with MySQL... everything that you see on this site is done in PHP.
however, it is mostly Linux/Unix-oriented language. If your server is NT, ASP would be the way to go.
you can learn JSP when you will be learning Java.
PHP is VERY easy to start and it is VERY powerful. Also, it is the most popular language for web dev... so i'd go with PHP
1 matchesWoah - Nymphont... so you know, you're really not that attractive. Why is it the ones who are ok looking that get all diva?
Anyway, if you don't put your information in the font file itself, you are just opening yourself up for intellectual property theft.
You're a very talented typography designer, but you seriously need an attitude adjustment. For one thing, this conversation turned hostile because you come across as hostile and to be quite honest, incredibly bitchy.
This is not the industry to act like an angry stripper. Leave the drama at the club and don't bring it into a professional atmosphere. And so you know, there are FAR more attractive geeks than you around here, and clearly have more class than you.
If you ever did get net-famous, you would be the Heidi Montag of the Dev/Design world. Everyone would just wish you would go away and overlook anything great you have made.
I'm sure you're going to blow up at me, as well, but as a fellow woman, and fellow designer - knock it off, you're making yourself very unlikeable.