Monday, May 19, 2008

Thanks CSS

Dear CSS,

I have been working with you for many years now and using you improves the quality of the web pages. You also make the web page code less verbose. Back in the dat (early 21st century), web pages were composed of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and JavaScript. To customize the page, HTML coders would use <font/>, color attribute in the <img>r tags. Do have roll-over images, or any blinking text, developers would use JavaScript. The problem with JavaScript is that each browser renders it differently.

Thanks to you, developers like myself can add more functionality to web pages. We can now easily use Asynchronous Javascript And XML (AJAX) methodologies and make cooler pages with the style attribute in virtually any HTML tag.

I also think you have various editors which let developers to interface with you. My personal favorite is free tool called TopStyle Lite which is created by Bradbury Software.

Anyway I am excited about and hope you can continue to provide the web community with new innovations. Good luck!


Enoch Moses

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