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Starting to like CSS

For me, CSS was like climbing a wall. When I came to the wall, I looked for a way around it, under it, or a door through it. I had been out of the loop for so long that the wall became stange and uninviting (the last time I really studied the state of HTML I was in 8th grade!) However, due to a new project at work, I decided that learning CSS was in order to create a compliant web site. And after climbing the wall of learning rudimentary CSS, I’ve decided I like the view from the top.

Here is the result of my first day of dabling in CSS. Let me know what you think. Its pretty cool to be able to create tabs just by having some CSS change the way certain links are created.

On a related note, the project that I am working on at work now is going to be open sourced, as soon as I get around to it. So I will be paid to develop some open source software. Not such a bad deal.

I didn’t sleep much yesterday, and I don’t plan on repeating that mistake again tonight. So I bid thee farewell, my friends.

One Response to “Starting to like CSS”

  1. Bernie Zimmermann Says:

    Nice work, Ryan. It’s good to see someone realizing the beauty of CSS. You’ll never look back, I assure you.

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