This means that we are not focusing on the business logic, instead lots of time have been spent on rendering those web pages.
I've been wondering. If I look at Java programs, most of them
just use the default settings for the widgets, making them all
look-a-like. If I look at most Windows program, all the buttons, entry fields, drop windows, and other widgets all
look the same. If I look at Tk programs, more of the same.
But when I look at websites, many of them go out of their way
to have them make "unique", instead of just using defaults.
Oh well, just a random non-Perl related thought.
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