Browser Support

This website is fully supported by the following web browsers
  • Google Chrome >= 79
  • Firefox >= 72
This website doesn't support the following web browser
  • Internet Explorer

Main Bar

  • This symbol send you to the home page
  • This symbol allow to switch the thema
  • This symbol open or close the sidebar

Side Bar

  • This symbol is for managing the newsletters
  • This symbol is for joining the connexion page
  • This symbol is for joining the search page
  • This symbol is for joining the registering page
  • This symbol is for joining the profile settings
  • This symbol allow you to logout


As you only need to give a valid e-mail address for subscribe. It is better to do this than always filling the informations. Moreover, we don't use your e-mail address for anything else than reset your password, inform you if you ask via our newsletters, and inform you when an answer to your comment is given if you ask for it.


You can register without a profile but it is less efficient to manage and you don't need to give more informations for it.


Allow you to manage your profile here

Tags list

Tags list appear under the post, if you click on it, you will be redirected to the blog page that show all post of the selected tag.
Tags list that appears in the sidebar allows you to make cross-selection. When you click on it, it will add a new tag constrain and post that will be shown must have all the selected tags. But if you select a tag on a post, or make a new search it will reset the selection.
You can use the tags on the sidebar on the search page. Nevertheless, you must do the search first, then use the tags to restrict the results. As at each search it reset the selection.


When there is a legend at the bottom of the graph you could :
  • click on it in order to select/deselect an item
  • double click on a element and it will select this element and deselect all other items.




It is necessary for a prince wishing to hold his own to know how to do wrong, and to make use of it or not according to necessity.
- Niccolò Machiavelli