Teach Yourself CSS The Easy Way

Written by Erich Bihlman

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"But how is an old-time web coder supposed to learn CSSrepparttar easy way?!" Well, I say you should learn itrepparttar 137600 way I, and countless others, have:

1. Downloadrepparttar 137601 Firefox browser

2. Installrepparttar 137602 Web Developer extension

3. Open one of your "old" HTML files

4. Viewrepparttar 137603 source, clickrepparttar 137604 "Cleanuprepparttar 137605 page" button

5. Checkrepparttar 137606 "replace FONT.....tags by CSS" box, then Refresh

Now you have a very neat and tidy piece of code, with allrepparttar 137607 CSS dirty work done for you! At this point you can copy

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The Ultimate Source of Knowledge at Your Fingertips

Written by Jesse S. Somer

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If you are interested in information from varied areas E.g.: philosophy and astrophysics, you no longer need to spend time traveling from one library to another, or having to tote your bags fromrepparttar third floor torepparttar 137589 fifth. Inrepparttar 137590 space of fifteen minutes one can read on guitar, skateboarding, African dancing, andrepparttar 137591 politics of Marx. If you do go to university, libraries are now on-line with most ofrepparttar 137592 texts available to download. No more late fees for not returning a book because your car skidded and hit a tree trying to bring it back it in a blizzard!

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What does all this truly mean for humanity? It could mean we save time, meaning more time to spend doingrepparttar 137604 things in life which are really important to us like being with loved ones and following dreams and aspirations. It could meanrepparttar 137605 ability to solve problems in areas that minutes before you could have been steeped in ignorance. Possibly it spellsrepparttar 137606 beginning for a whole society to evolve into a more informed species whose knowledge is widespread and varied. Whateverrepparttar 137607 outcome fromrepparttar 137608 coming of this great medium, one fact remains: People are more prone to findrepparttar 137609 answers to their quests whenrepparttar 137610 ultimate source of our collective understanding is close at hand and easily accessible.

Jesse S. Somer M6.Net http://www.m6.net Jesse S. Somer can see a few of the infinite possibilities that lie in the unfolding of the Internet as the ultimate source of sharing knowledge and ideas. Could the result be wisdom where humanity finally sees the infinite possibilities lying within themselves?

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