Playing with embedded Fonts

The Web Font Test Page is located here.

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This is new text I added using p1 Times New Roman. ====
This is new text I added using p2 Courier New. ====
This is new text I added using p3 Lucida Console. ====
This is new text I added using p4 Tahoma. ====

h I Non specified font.

h II Non specified font.

h III Non specified font.

This is new text I added using p (only).

This is new text I added using pV Beyno.

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THIS IS Beyno. This doesn’t work.

THIS IS LOGGER. color:#805a46

THIS IS LOGGER. color:#d2691e

THIS IS LOGGER. color:#35281E

THIS IS LOGGER. Best color:#7b3f00

FASTER ONE THIS DOESN’T WORK

This is Caveat! This Works!

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This is new text I added inside a plain div statement. But it seems no div is required.

Ipanorama using Tour iframe URL+Name and URL+ID

  1. Making 360° Tours
  2. Specify opening scene in iPanorama.
  3. Creating a Border and Specific Window Size
  4. 360 Pano Test using Short Code and Sceneid.
  5. Ipanorama using Tour iframe URL+Name and URL+ID
  6. Playing with Borders

Above uses iframe with Tour ID: *iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.kasdorf.name/wordpress/ipanorama/virtualtour/2” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen* */iframe”*

iPanorama-using-iframe-Tour-ID
iPanorama-using-iframe-Tour-ID

Above uses iframe with Tour Name: *iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.kasdorf.name/wordpress/ipanorama/virtualtour/test-after-upgrade-to-pro” frameborder=”0″* * allowfullscreen /iframe

Replace the * with appropriate < or > I would suggest using caution with the use of the tour name in case you ever change it in the future I am not sure what will happen!

360 Pano Test using Short Code and Sceneid.

  1. Making 360° Tours
  2. Specify opening scene in iPanorama.
  3. Creating a Border and Specific Window Size
  4. 360 Pano Test using Short Code and Sceneid.
  5. Ipanorama using Tour iframe URL+Name and URL+ID
  6. Playing with Borders

First is a link using the default ipano id.

iPanorama-Shortcode-Scene-1
iPanorama-Shortcode-Scene-1

  You can use the same id, but append the Scene ID.

iPanorama-Shortcode-Scene-2
iPanorama-Shortcode-Scene-2

Using the shortcode for the tour (ipano id=”2″), appending the sceneid (for scene 2) above: ipano [id=”2″ sceneid=2e9372d9].

Note the small difference in the two scenes. In the first the Scene One button is highlighted, while in the second the Scene Two button is highlighted. (Highlit?)

Creating a Border and Specific Window Size

  1. Making 360° Tours
  2. Specify opening scene in iPanorama.
  3. Creating a Border and Specific Window Size
  4. 360 Pano Test using Short Code and Sceneid.
  5. Ipanorama using Tour iframe URL+Name and URL+ID
  6. Playing with Borders

This is just to try and figure out how to add parameters for height and width. Also add a border.

iframe src=”https://smlc.news/ipanorama/virtualtour/test-after-upgrade-to-pro” allowfullscreen=”false” width=”560″ height=”360″ style=”border:21px solid black;”></iframe>