I like architecture. I’ve never seen the US Senate building (except in photos) so I don’t know how well this resembles the real thing. I like it. I tried to diddle it (fixing the lines which are not quite in sync) but it’s a bit of a push me – pull ya. A puzzle for another day, maybe. I’m posting the original first. Then my work on it. First the original recreated in Notepad and then my diddle of it.
Source: Lindsey Cormack (@DCInbox) | Twitter
Source: State Highway Sign Makeover – Google Groups
Found while online looking for the old site. When did you last see an ASCII art signature file?
Zack, my nephew, thought my signature ASCII artist girl was a dragon slayer. So I gave her a sword and shield in place of her paint brush and canvas.
Now and then if you look at the source code (the HTML code) of websites you can find ASCII art. Its like a secret surprise for those who dig a little deeper. Have a look at – ASCII Art Signatures in the Wild.
You can add ASCII art to the source code for your own site or blog.
Choose the ASCII art you want to use. Make your own ASCII art or borrow art created by someone else. (Don’t forget to keep the artist credit/ initials with the work).
Open the source file in a text editor. Notepad (the software which comes with Windows) will work.
Pick the place you will add the ASCII art – make sure you don’t break the HTML code because that would mess up your site.
You need to add some simple HTML code before and after the ASCII art.
This code prevents your ASCII art from showing on the page – instead it is like a note you have left to yourself in the code. Only people looking at the actual HTML code can see what you place in this particular HTML code.
Then save the file and close it.
ASCII art found:
Welcome Mat.co shares the code for adding a “Welcome” to the HTML code of your site.