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If you want to override a default font-size, you can add a class, for example govuk-!-f-48 , which will make the font-size 48px.

If you want to override font-weight, the class would be govuk-!-w-bold or govuk-!-w-regular .

To change the default spacing of an element, you can apply a class like govuk-!-m-r9 . The ‘m’ stands for margin, the ‘r’ stands for responsive and the ‘9’ is spacing scale 9. Elements with this class would have a margin of 60px on larger screens, and 40px on smaller screens.

Although it’s possible, we wouldn’t recommend using the override classes to define spacing in your entire layout. If you’re building your own components you can include the responsive scale mixin in the same way the GOV.UK Frontend components do:

Although our original intent was to have margin applied in one direction, we made contextual adjustments when required. In certain scenarios, padding-top is added to headings when they follow types of paragraphs.

This padding is only applied in this scenario, not on the heading class when used in isolation.

We recreated pages from a number of citizen-facing services and longer form content from GOV.UK throughout development. This helped us refine the values further and consider applications we may not have thought of.

Both the GOV.UK Design System and GOV.UK Frontend are in private beta. If you want to know more about how you can use them in your service please Best Seller For Sale Outlet With Paypal Order Isabel Marant Woman Buckled Suede Smooth And Glossedleather Overtheknee Boots Black Size 36 Isabel Marant 3W9ZdLxFnc
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In the meantime, you should continue to use the design patterns, components and styles found in Frontend Toolkit and GOV.UK Elements.

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What was the hardest part of this to come to agreement on?

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Some of the overall concepts, such as margin being applied in one direction were already well regarded. We had heard it mentioned a number of times from users while conducting research for the GOV.UK Design System and was generally seen as a good approach amongst the design community.

One subject that has caused the most debate, is of course, naming. Following ITCSS ( https://www.creativebloq.com/web-design/manage-large-scale-web-projects-new-css-architecture-itcss-41514731 ) and BEM ( http://getbem.com/ ) methodologies gives us a number of benefits, but it does mean we end up with some longer, and sometimes unusual class names that could be confusing to users unfamiliar with these practices. This is something we are monitoring with our private beta partners and user research participants.

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An Orchestra Comprised Of Humans And Insects Has Debuted In Berlin

Nearly one year ago researchers in Germany discovered that insect life had decreased by seventy five percent in one particular nature preserve. The nature preserve allowed many different insect species to flourish undisturbed within their natural habitat. Therefore, the state of insect life within the preserve indicates how well insects are fairing elsewhere. The international scientific community found the results of this German study to be alarming to say the least. Unfortunately, the cause of this massive dying-off of insects is not exactly known, but it is generally assumed that a variety of factors are responsible. Factors such as pollution, climate change, urbanization, habitat loss and disease are just a few of the likely factors that led to the insect decline. Researchers from many other countries have reported similar scientific findings concerning their own native insect populations. Now, it is necessary for the public to understand the importance of preserving the world’s insect life. When it comes to spreading public awareness about this issue, The Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker has it covered. The World Wildlife Fund and the Berlin orchestra are working together in order to stage multiple orchestral concerts that will have humans and insects taking the stage together. This show is being called the “Insect Concerto”, and it just debuted in Berlin.

The musicians will be playing classical styles of music with support from several different insect species that create their own songs, such as crickets and aphids. The musicians will be playing their instruments in unconventional ways in order to compliment the sounds produced by the insects. What results is an interesting form of music that any lover of classical tunes would enjoy. The insect sounds are being used in order to allow insects a “voice” so to speak. The pairing of humans and insects in order to create music is symbolic of the need to understand and relate to the current plight facing insects. For everyday citizens, the current insect population decline is impossible to notice as insects cannot make themselves heard; the Insect Concerto aims to change that.

“By classical definitions of habituation, this primitive unicellular organism is learning, just as animals with brains do,” said Chris Reid , a behavioral biologist at Macquarie University in Australia. “As slime molds don’t have any neurons, the mechanisms of the learning process must be completely different; however, the outcome and functional significance are the same.” ­­­­­­­

For Dussutour, “that such organisms have the capacity to learn has considerable implications beyond recognizing learning in nonneural systems.” She believes that slime molds may help scientists to understand when and where in the tree of life the earliest manifestations of learning evolved.

Even more intriguingly, and perhaps controversially, research by Dussutour and others suggests that slime molds can transfer their acquired memories from cell to cell, said František Baluška , a plant cell biologist at the University of Bonn. “This is extremely exciting for our understanding of much larger organisms such as animals, humans and plants.”

Studies of the behavior of primitive organisms go all the way back to the late 1800s, when Charles Darwin and his son Francis proposed that in plants, the very tips of their roots (a small region called the root apex) could act as their brains. Herbert Spencer Jennings, an influential zoologist and early geneticist, made the same argument in his seminal 1906 book Behavior of the Lower Organisms .

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Habituation is not just adaptation; it’s considered to be the simplest form of learning. It refers to how an organism responds when it encounters the same conditions repeatedly, and whether it can filter out a stimulus that it has realized is irrelevant. For humans, a classic example of habituation is that we stop noticing the sensation of our clothes against our skin moments after we put them on. We can similarly stop noticing many unpleasant smells or background sounds, especially if they are unchanging, when they are unimportant to our survival. For us and for other animals, this form of learning is made possible by the networks of neurons in our nervous systems that detect and process the stimuli and mediate our responses. But how could habituation happen in unicellular organisms without neurons?

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