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Symposium: The First Amendment does not require governments to contract with parties who do not comply with neutral, generally applicable rules

This article is part of a symposium previewing Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. Clare Kindall is the solicitor general for the state of Connecticut, which joined a multi-state amicus brief filed in support of Philadelphia. While in accord with the states’ filed brief, the views expressed here are entirely her own. On Nov. 4, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a challenge to Philadelphia’s requirement that any private vendor providing foster care services ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, City, Css, Connecticut, Philadelphia, Martin, Fulton, U S Court of Appeals, Catholic Social Services, 3rd Circuit, Schall, Clare Kindall


Case preview: Court will tackle dispute involving religious foster-care agency, LGBTQ rights

This article is the first entry in a symposium previewing Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. In the past five years, the Supreme Court has ruled that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage and that federal employment discrimination laws protect LGBTQ employees. On Nov. 4, the justices will hear oral argument in a clash between religious freedom and laws and policies that protect LGBTQ rights. The court’s decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia could have a significant impact fo...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Colorado, Kentucky, Alabama, City, Css, Dhs, Catholic Church, Nebraska, Ohio, Philadelphia, Catholic, Lgbtq, Smith


Tags-HTML-Page-Begin-0.11

Tags helper for HTML page begin.Changes for 0.11 - 2020-10-28T22:42:50+01:00Don't process CSS when CSS::Struct returns blank string.
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Does Harm Result When Religious Placement Agencies Close Their Doors? New Empirical Evidence from the Case of Boston Catholic Charities

By Netta Barak-Corren and Nelson Tebbe On November 4, the Supreme Court of the United States will hear oral arguments in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, an important case concerning child welfare in Philadelphia. A social welfare agency objects on religious grounds to Philadelphia’s rule requiring it to place foster children with LGBTQ parents. The agency says that if the Court rules for the city, it will close its doors and children will be harmed. We have uncovered new evidence undermining th...
Tags: Supreme Court, Boston, Massachusetts, Court, Css, Philadelphia, Lgbtq, Wall Street Journal, Branding, Thompson, Catholic Charities, THOMSON, Supreme Court of the United States, Roman Catholic Church, Boston San Francisco, Nelson Tebbe


10 popular online STEM, coding and gaming courses — all are taught by women

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Coursera There are startlingly low numbers of women in STEM-related careers: Only 1 in 4 STEM positions are held by women.Education can help you advance in a STEM career, and online courses can be more affordable and flexible than a traditional college route.Because representation matters, all of these courses are taught by women who are highly successful in the STEM field.Read more: These online d...
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3 ways to help shoppers find the latest holiday deals

Last holiday season in the U.S., Google was used by more shoppers related to their shopping than any other source.1 In fact, when looking for competitively-priced products, 40 percent of global shoppers say they turn to Google to find the best deal.2 As more people are for the holidays, retailers will have to adapt quickly to be ready for this consumer demand.In light of these shifting consumer behaviors, we’re offering more ways to help you capture increased holiday demand by making it easier...
Tags: Google, Europe, China, Css, United States, Merkle, Search Ads, Merchant Center, Google Images, Google Ads, Bill Ready, Google Ipsos, Google Products, Emily Kulcyk, Google Images U S, UA UK US AE VN3 Google Ipsos


Kite adds support for 11 new languages to its AI code completion tool

When Kite, the well-funded AI-driven code completion tool, launched in 2019, its technology looked very impressive, but it only supported Python at the time. Earlier this year, it also added JavaScript and today, it is launching support for 11 new languages at once. The new languages are Java, Kotlin, Scala, C/C++, Objective C, C#, Go, Typescript, HTML/CSS and Less. Kite works in most popular development environments, including the likes of VS Code, JupyterLab, Vim, Sublime and Atom, as we...
Tags: Android, Python, TC, Tech, Css, Javascript, C, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Computing, Html, Java, Github, Microsoft Windows, Typescript, Kite


CSS to force line height/spacing?

Is there any CSS you can add to the stylesheet or when converting to force a specific/set line spacing/line height? This would over-ride the 'spacing' setting on the Kindle preferably. Thanks.
Tags: Books, Css, Editor


Merge Identical CSS Rules

I do not know if I have missed something (again). I was editing an ePub yesterday The html was awful (stupidly convoluted) and I was simplifying it. As I was going through the "stylesheet", I noticed a lot of the defined styles were identical except for their names. My immediate thought was "Doesn't the Removed Unused CSS Rules" fix this". I had run it on opening the ePub so I knew the option to Merge Identical CSS Rules option was ticked. To check matters I created a dummy ePub which had s...
Tags: Books, Css, Editor


Probably bug - Thin lines vanishing

I have an epub I'm converting to pdf. The Calibre converter's doing okay, really, but I decided for best results to create a customised epub and convert that. The document uses 'thin' 'medium' and 'thick' lines which are 0.25mm, 0.5mm and 1.0mm - those were round numbers chosen to make some CSS box sizes neater. (css sample: div.large_cap { background-color: #FFFFFF; border: 0.25mm solid #222222; color: #5588FF; line-height: 12.5mm; text-align: center } i.e. a decorative box ro...
Tags: Books, Css, Conversion


How To Get H1 Chapter Titles To Show Like This?

EXAMPLE: https://imgur.com/uVySKKY Hi everyone, I am using Jutoh Plus to create my book and I would like my Chapter Headings to look like the one above. Jutoh Plus allows near complete control over HTML and CSS so I am wondering if I can add a bit of CSS code to H1 section to get them to look like this? Can anyone help please? It will be much appreciated. :)
Tags: Books, Css, Epub


News Post: Willennium

Tycho: Of course, I sent this strip to Will before we posted it. He liked it and may even have been touched, independent of its horrors. I started goofing around on stream myself, aided by a slick "Jabir Motors" overlay by Dabe with a CSS assist by our technomancer Mike Buland in order to make Adobe's "Acumin" font play nice. Part of the reason I did it was because it was deeply ridiculous, always a solid foundation. But I also did it because I keep having The Yips, and at least part of tha...
Tags: Comics, Css, Tycho, Dabe, Mike Buland, Jabir Motors


[GUI Plugin] Comments Cleaner

Comments Cleaner is a small plugin that clean comments from superfluous and unwanted CSS rules (background-color, text color, font-family, among other things), but keeps the basic elements (italic, bold) The plugin also has an option to automatically justify the text. The plugin works from Calibre 2 and is therefore compatible for QtWebKit (Calibre =4), as well as Python 2 (Calibre =5). Note: Unlike the plugin of Terisa de morgan, this one does not convert them to Markdown format and keeps th...
Tags: Books, Css, Plugins


From Marriage to Children: Could We Not Find Common Ground?

For the Balkinization symposium on William N. Eskridge, Jr., and Christopher Riano, Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-Laws (Yale University Press, 2020). Robin Fretwell Wilson After Obergefell , it appeared for a time that common ground might be found. For some, common ground was attractive for reasons of necessity—resolving questions left unresolved by the courts, as state lawmakers did in Utah (Golden Rule, Chapter 23). For others, the need to fin...
Tags: Utah, John Lewis, Texas, Supreme Court, Child Care, Court, America, City, Georgia, Indiana, Css, Tennessee, Davis, Wisconsin, Philadelphia, Michigan


A more precise image zooming engine

I just released a new version of the SlideMagic desktop app with an important update: a more precise engine for panning and zooming images. It was a very big update (a completely new image rendering engine) and to most users, there will hardly be any visible difference to the app. ...
Tags: Css, Speaking, SlideMagic, Pedro Monteiro


In praise of per book custom CSS

I just installed KOReader on my Clara and have been enjoying it very much -- WAY more than I expected to, and yet another reason just hit me. Per-book CSS is a feature that I thought I'd never use, I'm just not that picky, but I've been reading a book that frequently switches streams without a chapter break or any real warning other than a small amount of extra space between the paragraphs. More than once I've had to go back and re-read a paragraph when I realized that the book had switched to ...
Tags: Books, Css, Koreader


Galbraith takes the spoils in Flogas Irish Scratch Series at The K Club

John Ross Galbraith (NIR) on the 10th tee during the Irish Scratch Series supported by Flogas, The K Club, Straffan, Co. Kildare, Ireland. 29/06/2020 Picture: Golffile | Thos Caffrey Whitehead’s John Ross Galbraith carded a two-under 70 to win the Flogas Irish Scratch Series outing on the Ryder Cup course, Palmer North, at The K Club.The former Irish ...
Tags: Sport, Css, Golf, European Tour, Galbraith, Kevin Kennedy, Liam Farrell, David Ryan, Amateur golf, K Club, Stuart Grehan, Dermot McElroy, John Ross Galbraith, Tullamore, Paul McBride, Daniel Brennan


EPUB --> KFX with negative margins?

My custom negative margin html seems to break KFX files, it makes all the headings left aligned. I can fix this by ticking 'margins' in the conversion window to ignore CSS for margins but then I don't get my negative margins. Anyone have this too? Any way to fix it?
Tags: Books, Css, Conversion


KFX and negative margins?

So I had a problem whenever I converted from EPUB to KFX in that all of my ebooks have: html { margin-right: -30px; margin-left: -30px; } ...added in their stylesheets, so that I can achieve negative margins and extend the reading area on screen. Whenever I convert from EPUB to KFX all of my headings become left aligned *unless* I remove the above code, or tick the 'ignore margins CSS' option in the conversion window. Is there any way to get negative margins in KFX? Or is this limited...
Tags: Books, Css, Plugins


The Untold Benefits Of Optimizing Your Website For Mobile

by Samuel Johnson, Managing Director at Mercury IT Solutions The Internet is an ever-changing beast, and it is in a business’ best interest to flow with it. Nowadays, the average Internet user is able to access the web in an array of different ways. Aside from the average computer – tablets, watches, games consoles and, of course, mobile phones, are all exceedingly popular ways for visitors to find your website. Ten years ago, nobody would have imagined they could visit a website using their wa...
Tags: Google, Startups, Web Design, Css, United Kingdom, Digital Marketing, Samuel, Samuel Johnson, Professionalisms, Web Optimisation, App Development Mobiles


Colored Text, EPUB, Android Dark Mode

The CSS in my EPUB has a class where the color of the text is specified. I then use "abc" to define which parts of the text I want highlighted by that color. The problem is that many EPUB readers actually seem to override the font specifications. Is there a way for me to force the reader to use my font specification?
Tags: Books, Css, Sigil


The World's Largest Concentrations of Java Programmers are in Asia and Germany

"To celebrate Java's 25th anniversary this year and the latest release of Java 15, JetBrains has compiled data from multiple sources to look at what the current state of the language," reports SD Times: The largest concentration of Java developers is in Asia, where 2.5 million developers use it as their primary language. JetBrains believes this may be due to the fact that it is common to hire offshore developers in countries like China and India to build Android apps. "We might have expected th...
Tags: Asia, Usa, China, Germany, India, Tech, Css, Php, Brazil, Java, China South Korea India Germany Spain


Calibre Editor randomly adding spans

I'm compiling an ebook in Scrivener (.epub), and I want to finish the styling in Calibre Editor. However, when I bring in the .epub, Calibre is adding these spans to the book: the rest of the paragraph...... That's showing up in some, but not all of the paragraphs. I've simplified the CSS coming out of Scrivener as much as I possibly can. The color change on the body text only appears in Calibre. If I view the book in Book (on Mac) or Kindle Preview, the text color change isn't there. A...
Tags: Books, Css, Editor, Scrivener


Codeacademy is offering discounted membership pricing to college students for the first time — sign up now and receive an additional 20% off

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Code Academy; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Codecademy, a popular e-learning website focused on coding, just launched its first student membership for eligible college students.The cheaper Student Pro membership is just $150 per year and provides the same access as the full-priced Codecademy Pro, which typically costs $240 per year.The program includes step-by-step guidance, peer support, addition...
Tags: Codecademy, Trends, Css, Columbia University, Mara Leighton, Alyssa Powell Business Insider Codecademy, Career Paths Data Science, Zach Sims Codeacademy


The B2C SaaS Landscape and the Bundle Wars

The tech industry is obsessed with the consumer subscription model, or B2C SaaS. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, Peloton, are just a few examples of services that millions of people in the Western world subscribe to. In fact, 90% of the top grossing apps are subscription based across all categories: education, fitness, dating, music, wellness, personal finance, etc. Many startups are hoping to be the next name on that list. In this post, I dig into the consumer subscription landscape, and ma...
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Should I Do Google Ads or SEO

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2020 Review: How to Use accessiBe To Make ADA Compliant Websites

All websites are required to be fully accessible to every visitor. That is the law and it is the right thing to do. Unfortunately, it is a big challenge. If you had the resources, you could hire an accessibility expert. They would do an audit and manually upgrade every page on your site to be compliant with all the various international laws. But most sites aren’t static. Every time you add new content (including new products) there is the possibility that you could cause a new accessibility iss...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Microsoft, Wikipedia, Cms, Css, Ada, AAA, Voice Recognition, WCAG, Small Business Advice, Web Design / Basics, Web Accessibility, American Institute for Research AIR, WordPress Wix Weebly Joomla Squarespace Concrete, International Symbol of Access ISA


What newly released Pentagon maps reveal about China's growing military reach

Chinese paramilitary police during an unarmed combat demonstration for new recruits at a base in Hefei, China. Reuters/Stringer The US Defense Department's latest China Military Power Report details Beijing's expansion of its armed forces, describing their growing reach. Below, you can see some of the maps included in the report and what they illustrate about China's increasingly powerful military. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Last week, the Pentagon released its ann...
Tags: Tibet, Navy, China, India, US, International, Trends, Css, Taiwan, Mod, Beijing, United States, Chinese communist party, Pentagon, Vietnam, Xinjiang


Should SEO Companies Have Guarantees?

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Top 13 Best Practices For Selenium Testing

There are a number of benefits of performing testing at an early stage of product development. Out of all the benefits, the major benefit is detection & resolution of bugs at an early stage. Developers have to verify their code by writing effective unit tests that verify each and every unit of the code. Unit testing is an integral part of the agile development process, as well as Test Driven development and helps in building robust software components. If code issues are not resolved at a unit l...
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