Very cool. I'm already viewing Perl Monks filtered through http://www.actuallywebdesign.com/style.css
. What I'd like to see is a page of Monk contributed style sheets that could be used for the monestary - a node that could be linked to section of the user settings
so that when users are specifying what stylesheet to use, they would have a list they could try out.
It would be nice to have the HTML in the Monestary set up with some more <div> tags and class elements so that specific elements could be formatted through the stylesheets, but then you've got to take into account those browsers that don't handle CSS very well...
++ to you and I hope everything went well with the Lasik surgery...
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