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    Well, what if you had a lot of very specific...

    Well, what if you had a lot of very specific terms--I know you hate this page anyways (I'm rather proud of it), but http://www.mrinitialman.com/Library/HTML/Extras/Colours/hsl.xhtml and...
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    I found XSLT fun to use, but I'm an oddball who...

    I found XSLT fun to use, but I'm an oddball who likes complex programming.
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    I did a better job--and a faster one--in NOTEPAD...

    I did a better job--and a faster one--in NOTEPAD than I could in Dreamweaver.
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    There was one other thread that also stretched to...

    There was one other thread that also stretched to amazing lengths--it started out by wishing PeOfEo happy birthday--but it eventually was closed because it devolved into bickering or something (I...
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    Looks good. And NOW this thread is 10 years old!...

    Looks good. And NOW this thread is 10 years old! And come September, I'll have been here 10 years.

    I feel... old...
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    Sort of like a search engine where the person...

    Sort of like a search engine where the person selects search terms instead of types them in?



    The reason I didn't was I was really leary about building such a large page through JavaScript...
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    Oh, and one other thing. Site predates my...

    Oh, and one other thing.



    Site predates my learning of mysqli (goes back to 2007 at least), and only integers between 1-361 could be passed to the database, so there WAS input sanitation.

    ...
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    It's not updated ALL the time, but it is updated...

    It's not updated ALL the time, but it is updated whenever the online game Furcadia is updated and adds more lines. I suppose I could recreate the page from PHP+MySQL and reupload a flat HTML page...
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    Oddball use of numbered headings? *Owns up to...

    Oddball use of numbered headings?

    *Owns up to using the ID attribute a lot.*


    Oh, and when you say "static content on a site"--What if it's a HUGE webpage? (It's built from PHP+MySQL)

    Oh,...
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    Hmmm... could that be why my website...

    Hmmm... could that be why my website take a second to show its text? Naaaaaaaaaaaaah, opening half a dozen XML files can't be the reason. 'Tis balderdash, bunkum, and billigswoggle. :D

    *Checks...
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    Never heard of either of those.

    Never heard of either of those.
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    I think so. Might be older. :D

    I think so. Might be older. :D
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    I just got pissed off at a hacked MySQL server,...

    I just got pissed off at a hacked MySQL server, which is why I redid the webcomic. Maybe it's time to change it back--or just go with straight HTML.
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    XSLT--Was it ever used?

    Well, aside from the webcomic in my signature.
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    Frontpage works for me. :D

    Frontpage works for me. :D
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    Well, in my case, it was SVG or Paint--and I felt...

    Well, in my case, it was SVG or Paint--and I felt that SVG allowed me more control over what I was doing.

    Then again, I once did an entire webpage with XML+XSLT+Schema+DTD, since I was pissed off...
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    Need a few facts on SVG and CSS3

    I think SVG had browser support long before CSS3, but someone I'm talking with disagrees. What say all you?
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    As an attribute, I have used it on one...

    As an attribute, I have used it on one occasion--I was demonstrating named colours, and in the entire collection of webpages, only those elements had that styling. Then I used such backgrounds...
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    I eventually have the TR elements of that table...

    I eventually have the TR elements of that table an ID attribute and went with this (I took rows into account due to only one colour--indigo--being the same colour in both name and RGB value in all...
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    The former, I'm afraid. :o The same colour...

    The former, I'm afraid. :o

    The same colour (such as #BB5B17) can have different names in different contexts (Tiger Orange for the eyes, Ember Orange for the hair, and Busy Orange for the badge)...
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    I suppose context is important: the table is...

    I suppose context is important: the table is actually part of a larger page: The Cross-Referenced Catalogue of DragonSpeak Lines, DragonSpeak being a scripting language for an online game, and the...
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    Tried the SCOPE thing, ran into a minor issue: ...

    Tried the SCOPE thing, ran into a minor issue:


    /* Colour Backgrounds */
    td[headers="ColNum_00 Hair_Samp"].colour_samp{background:#630000;}
    td[headers="ColNum_00...
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    Good point--those images are fairly small in...

    Good point--those images are fairly small in terms of file size. And the CSS trick is really cool--though I did notice the prefixes.

    I had thought about a sprite, but the problem was that the...
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    I'd never used scope, as I didn't know what it...

    I'd never used scope, as I didn't know what it did or what it was for. Cool. :)

    But back to the original topic, I though that throwing in some SVG code would cut down on the number of image...
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    Whoops, thought they were GIFs. You're right,...

    Whoops, thought they were GIFs. You're right, they are PNG. I just wondered if it would be better to slip in some SVG rectangles with gradients into the code itself rather than referring to an...
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