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I must conclude from the dearth of posts here that HTML and CSS  
knowledge has reached a perfect level.  No one needs to ask any  
questions about it anymore.

Ed Mullen
Half the people you know are below average.

Re: Perfection

On 1/31/2015 2:28 AM, Ed Mullen wrote:
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Yes, as in most groups.
Most visitors left usenet (or never found out about it) and went to  
stackoverflow and the like, I think.

Erwin Moller

"That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without  
-- Christopher Hitchens

Re: Perfection

Erwin Moller wrote:
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*NOT* ;/
Some, such as myself, did not know this particular list existed  
until seeing someone else being directed to it in another USENET  

Why am I here? To ask a newbie question :)

Not wishing to be accused of "thread hijacking", I'll start my own.

Re: Perfection

On 1/30/2015 8:28 PM, Ed Mullen wrote:
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Plenty of questions, just not here for reasons that are listed elsewhere  
in this thread.

As far as the state of HTML, I am fairly satisfied.

Most of what you need is doable and works. Anyone who has been around  
for a while can remember when that was not the case. CSS took a long  
time to develop as did HTML. Pages with graphic design elements were  
filled with hacks and bloated html, when they were doable at all. Tables  
were a big deal.

So, I think that html and css are currently "perfect" enough.  
Understanding of them, not so much...


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