Video Tutorial – How to use Interactions
Using free background patterns in Barisco
How to prepare designs in Photoshop for Barisco
Video Tutorial – Explanation of Barisco’s editor user interface
Video Tutorial – How to use the scroller
Video Tutorial – How to create overlays or pop-ups
Video Tutorial – How to create groups
Video Tutorial – How to use the Position & Size panel
Free interface templates in Barisco
Different interfaces for different platforms.
What features are not supported in Internet Explorer?
How can I optimize the load time of my project?
Why do fonts appear differently across different browsers and de
How to add your own domain name?
Does Barisco support Android?
How to duplicate pages to a different edition
Video Tutorial – Interfaces 2/2 – How to design a custom interfa
Video Tutorial – Interfaces 1/2 – Using default interfaces
Optimize your publication for SEO
Direct Share to Social Media Channels
Embed your Project
Improved Group settings for desktop and mobile views using one U
Improvements Release 2.2.5
How to create pixel perfect mobile web pages without coding?
Making a mobile ready site in 5 steps:
Reset your Profile
Animate Layers in the Scroll when Visible
Use now animated GIF in Barisco.
Integrating YouTube video’s in your Barisco projects is easy!
How to create a landing page or vertical scrolls in a page.
Implement Youtube original player (control)
New! Dimensional scrolling features for landing pages micro site
Orientation options on publication settings
New Features for creating templates in the restricted editing
Why do fonts appear differently across different browsers and devices?
Fonts can have surprisingly different appearances across different browsers and devices. For example on a PC running Windows 7, fonts may appear sharp, but lack certain details when they are used with a smaller size. And on device with a high pixel density the same font may appear nearly as good as printing industry standard.
The most common reason for this is the interpretation of the font itself. But there are other factors that play a role too. For example: high pixel density displays, such as a retina iPhone or iPad. Other factors are the web browser used, the operating system used and individual user preferences.
Platforms such as Barisco are not able to control the behavior of font rendering across devices. This is why we sincerely recommend you to test your magazines across different devices and platforms to ensure that the desired appearance of your projects is achieved.
- When using large texts that need to cover a certain area, you might want to use an image of the text instead to
ensure that all devices and browsers display the font the same way.
- Try to avoid splitting texts into different layers. If the browser or device will render the text smaller or larger than
the editor, you text will appear out of place.
- Fonts might be rendered differently across different devices and platforms. Word wrapping could be different,
across devices and platforms, than its appearance in the editor. Make sure to test this!