Category Archives: XHTML and CSS

Well, the Problem isn’t Just that You’re Coding for the 90′s

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0 Level 2//EN”> <body> <div class=”ass”> <head> <title>You</title> </head> </div> </body>

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You know you could use the asterisk selector, right?

.this.project:not(.awesome){ font-style: bold; }

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What’s great is that I know they’re actually there

<section id=”rest-of-the-project”> <details style=”visibility: hidden”> <p>Timelines</p> <p>Scope</p> <p>Requirements</p> </details> </section>

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How’s that HTML5 Website project going?

<progress class=”none”> </progress>

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Yeah, I think it’s great when managers explain code to me

<form action=”Your-new-website.html” method=”get”> <input type=”magic” /> </form>

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You really know how to screw with me, don’t you?

<h2 class=”woot”>new project launch date</h2> __________________ h2:before{ content: “proposed”; } .woot{ display: none; }

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Is Napolean complex the right word?

<big> <head></head></big> <small> <body> </small> </small>

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Congratulations on the new Harley Davidson

You’re an asshole </strong> </jealousy>

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I’m glad you asked my thoughts on him

<strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> <strong> A Total Dumbass </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong> </strong>

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His Attendance Was Unnecessary AND Unacceptable

<DIV id=”technical” class=”meeting”></DIV> <HEAD class=”your-boss”><STYLE type=”text/css”> .your-boss {color:#fa17ed;} .contributions{display:none} </STYLE></HEAD>

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