My CSS is complete... sort of
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intro: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"\nmain: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"\nsig: intro: "Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers."\nmain: "I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \"sort of\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \"Recent Posts\" section renders comments =D"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi="true"]]'\n\nafter: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"

I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is "sort of" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the "Recent Posts" section renders comments =D

~ James Kanjo

intro: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"\nmain: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"\nsig: intro: "Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers."\nmain: "I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \"sort of\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \"Recent Posts\" section renders comments =D"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi="true"]]'\n\nafter: "intro: \"Hooray! I have finally completed the CSS code for this website!\n\nPreviously I was using a slightly modified version of Squark's Glass theme. I didn't like using it for a few reasons:\n\n# It wasn't my own work. I want my website to be something that I made;\n# Because the Glass theme is available to the public, it means that my website will not be unique;\n# As Squark mentions on the page, \\"[he's] still working on it. It needs some improvements.\\". He is referring to the fact that it is slightly incompatible with Internet Explorer 6;\n# The theme used many image files to make it look professionally pretty. This increases the page-loading time, and some web-browsers aren't clever enough to cache the images (downloading them again and again for each page).\n\nThe simpler your page is, the less complications across browsers.\"\nmain: \"I designed the current theme from Squark's Glass theme. I actually stripped his theme down slowly piece by piece, so that I could understand the code. When I felt that I finally understood how the CSS code worked, I rewrote my CSS code from scratch. Although it is not as appealing as Squark's, I like the simplicity.\n\nThe only thing I retained is Squark's image, which I have inverted the colours of to create a new image (which I quite like).\n\nThe reason I say my CSS code is \\"sort of\\" complete is because I can't make up my mind on something. I can't decide whether the outside colour should be grey (#E1E1E1) or blue (#4FCCEC). What do you think it should be? Click on the links to display each version.\n\nI'm happy now because I have finally got my first comment, and can see how the \\"Recent Posts\\" section renders comments =D\"\nsig: '1'\nafter: '[[module ThemePreviewer noUi=\"true\"]]'\n"

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