Internet Tools Postings - Page 9
|Earliest: August 20, 2013||Latest: September 11, 2021||Total: 211|
Snow Day Calculator
The weather in New England has been too bad for schools. Boston Public Schools has had only one school day calculation during this 2019-2020 season.
The season isn't over yet.
Use this calculator to predict if your school is going to be closed tomorrow because of snow. We have found it to be pretty accurate before any major announcement is made.
Chmod Calculator tool
Setting UNIX permissions on file and folders are important. If it's not part of your everyday job you're likely to forget the difference between chmod 777 and chmod 755.
Thankfully the Chmod Calculator tool is available. The site provides an easy way to properly write the syntax of the permission that you want to set.
Chmod calculator allows you to quickly generate permissions in numerical and symbolic formats. All extra options are included (recursive, sticky, etc). You?ll be ready to copy paste your chmod command into your terminal in seconds.
Aspect Ratio Calculator
Aspect Ratio is critical to making sure that your image looks good no matter how it displays. The 16:9 format is the most common format for images on the web.
One way to know that your using the right ratio size is the Aspect Calculator. It's a simple tool that can help make sure that your blog or social media post will look good.
This little tool will help you calculate aspect ratios and dimensions for your videos or images. This can also be used to check if you are working at the correct resolution.
Aspect Ratio of 16:9 ("Sixteen-by-Nine" and "Sixteen-to-Nine") which is also known as High Definition (HD) became a leading aspect ratio since the start of the 21st century. It is the international standard format of HDTV, non-HD digital television and analog widescreen television PALplus. Today many digital video cameras have the capability to record in High Definition format, and it is the only widescreen aspect ratio natively supported by the DVD standard.
SVG Calendar Templates
This time of the year people are updating calendars for events and holidays. It's hard to find a decent calendar to use as a template.
Mensch Mesch put together a website that generates a calendar in three formats - Block, Horizontal and Vertical. These are available in Scalable Vector Graphics format, which means these can be created and edited with any text editor, they are scalable and can be printed with high quality at any resolution.
With my free SVG Calendar Tool you can create different types of SVG Calendar Templates (Scalable Vector Graphic) for all Affinity products.
I like the block format as it's a good starting point for recurring event format.
Have you ever encountered a font and wondered what it was? Wouldn't it be great to use it in your design?
WhatTheFont takes the guesswork out of figuring out the font. Simply upload an image with the font and in a few seconds, you'll get the best matching font. You can then buy the font right away.
How it works: WhatTheFont uses deep learning to search our collection of over 133,000 font styles and find the best match for the fonts in your photo. It even works with connected scripts and when there?s more than one font in an image. Just upload an image, click the font you want to identify, then check out the results.
For best results, upload a good quality image, and make sure the text is horizontal. We?ll detect the text in the image automatically, then you can click the font you want. You can draw a manual crop box if you want, but be sure that you only draw it around one line of text.
Happy font hunting!
For the best results, use a high-quality scan of the font.
If you don't want to buy the font, you can always Google the font family name and see if anyone may have a free version available.
However, If you're going to use the font for business, you should purchase it.
There are other websites that offer similar services, but what WhatTheFont better is that they have a very large database to select from.
Buzzfeed is famous for the attention grabbing headlines. They try to make any "typical" story into something that is worth reading.
Ravi Parikh figured out a pattern to how buzzfeed create titles and created a page that would generate a "fake" Buzzfeed headline.
There's a bunch of common patterns in Buzzfeed titles so it was fairly easy to identify these and create this title generator. I also had some fun by switching out the noun/verb/etc word banks with words that are "themed" so we can see fake Buzzfeed titles with a different flavor.
What's fun about this is that you can use this to create titles for testing and to come up with creative blog topics.
Photo Effects can really help make the most out of a dull picture. Tuxpi.com has a lot of cool effects that can help brighten up a picture.
This is a good site to use since the effects are very simple to apply and you can mix effects up to add a more dramatic effect.
60 Photo Editing Tools
- Change colors, create montages and add text to pictures.
- Crop, rotate and resize pictures with ease.
- Edit photos with many different effects.
- Add picture frames and borders.
- Online photo editor - works directly in your web browser.
I added the "Photo to Painting" and Focus effect to a photo.
Simple Frame effect
Sometimes a message stands out on an image with a sticky note. The Sticky-Notes Generator over at Webestools makes it easy to do that.
The Sticky Note Generator has 12 different styles and 59 fonts to make your style unique. It takes a bit to properly fit the image on the note. I found that I had to play around with the Horizontal and Vertical positions to make the text-align perfectly on the image.
This generator lets you create free sticky-notes online. First, you have to choose the text, the font, the size, the position, the text color and the background color(can be transparent). Finally, you have to choose the sticky-note style from the following sticky-notes gallery. When you will finish filling the form, you have to preview the result by clicking on the "Preview" button. If the result looks good, you can download the sticky-note by clicking on the "Download" button or you can create a permanent image by clicking on the "Get the URL" button.
Random Binary Number Generator
The Random Binary Number Generator is a fun way to generate numbers. You can use this as part of a background or design for a blog or social media post.
You can generate a very large set of random binary numbers so the image pattern looks unique.
5000 random binary digits. Reload the page (F5) to reset the numbers. Or try the other memory training scripts.
Sample Designs Generated
Here are a couple of sample designs that were generated using the Random Binary Number Generator and Affinity Photo and Photoscape X.
Top Internet Tools of 2019
This year we featured a lot of cool internet tools - many of them free. There were some great graphics tools to internet utilities.
It was difficult to pick the right tools to feature for the annual end-of-year wrap-up. But the following tools are selected based on popularity and practicality.
Top 9 Internet Tools Worth Checking Out
- PhotoVisi - A great online collage tool with lots of templates
- BBC Sound Effects - Great sound effects for your Video Collection
- Password Generator - Random Password Generator to help create secure passwords
- clipboard2markdown - An easy way to convert your Clipboard content to Markdown
- Ugly Sweater Generator - Easily create an Ugly Sweater design in minutes.
- Blog Title Generator - Creative tool to help attract audiences to your blog post
- Kapwing Meme Maker - Create cool memes using different layouts and YouTube clips
- Space Type Generator - Create Cool graphics with your text
- My Birthday Hits - Find Out the Number one songs on your birthday
What's New for 2020?
Next year, I'll focus more on a category each month. For example, in January, Internet tools featured will be for creating Blog graphics. February might be internet tools for the home office.
If there are any tools you like to feature here, leave a comment below.