Daniel-san asks Mr. Miagi some dumb questions sometimes

dojo.query(“.are-classes-better-than [type=text]“.style(“display”, “d’oh!”);

 

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And A coder, too, apparently

<br />Dancer

 

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Which, by the way, is still in the code

<details>

<p>The Devil</p>

</details>

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Dude, what?

<h1>Best practices for celebrity code</h1>
<pre>  <code><p>  <dude>Jeff Bridges</dude></p>  </code></pre>
<p>Q: Is <code>dude</code> a block element and can it be nested in a <code>p</code> element according to valid HTML6?</p>

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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?

Web Geeks in the wild

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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Web Geeks Are Upset over the Texas Rangers, too

<p class=”tx-rangers”>World series win!</p>

_____________________

.tx-rangers{

display: none;

}

p:after{

content: ” :( “;

}

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I’m pretty sure that’s not an insult

@font-face { font-family: Your mom; src: url(‘your mom.otf’); }

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