*complaining on Squarespace*
I’m rewriting this blog now. RE-writing. I composed the first version in the browser-based console, and it crashed. Leaving me nothing but a broken headline. It felt really awful And my thinking was interrupted and I can hardly remember anything I wrote down except for the last sentence. Now I have to try my best to write it again. As the saying goes:
Never write long codes/articles in your browser. That’s why Google Docs didn’t kill Office.
After I made the decision to use English as my primary language here, I quickly realised that it’s really a stupid decision. For example, when I tried to write something about today’s visit to V.A. Museum, it turned out that I can hardly express without my mother tongue. By the way, the exhibition I saw was Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700 - 1900.
But Chinese characters do have a terrible font in English-based sites. After digging into the font settings, I surrendered. CSS was apparently something too complicated to me.
Despite of the failed learning, I did find something useful about CSS.
One is a sheet of names of commonly used Chinese fonts, in different systems/codes. source
|华文细黑||STHeiti Light [STXihei]||\534E\6587\7EC6\9ED1||华文细黑|
|丽黑 Pro||LiHei Pro Medium||\4E3D\9ED1 Pro||丽黑 Pro|
|丽宋 Pro||LiSong Pro Light||\4E3D\5B8B Pro||丽宋 Pro|
|苹果丽中黑||Apple LiGothic Medium||\82F9\679C\4E3D\4E2D\9ED1||苹果丽中黑|
|苹果丽细宋||Apple LiSung Light||\82F9\679C\4E3D\7EC6\5B8B||苹果丽细宋|
List of names of commonly used Chinese fonts
The other one is a useful site to learn anything about HTML, CSS, coding: W3School. It has really everything about a certain (computer) language.