|Voila! I once again validated my gradeschool teachers' opinion that I was nothing but a troublemaker.
You know, I am certain that this is mostly a good thing, and I've at several times wondered if "Being a troublemaker" wouldn't fit as a great fourth virtue. :)
Apart from that, nice going. It is a fun thing to play with, and I for one is a strong beleiver and propagator that web (and other) design should be made pretty with CSS, and not with HTML. That is, I want to separate data from layout, and anything that promotes this is a good thing. Apart from being fun too, of course. :)
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