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... little attention was paid to semantics and web accessibility. HTML sites were limited in their design options, even more so with earlier versions of HTML. To create complex designs, many web designers had to use complicated table structures or even use blank spacer .GIF images to stop empty table cells from collapsing. CSS was introduced in December 1996 by the W3C to support presentation and layout. This allowed HTML code to be semantic rather ...
... The biggest thrill ever. We then celebrated with a few drinks at Roberts and tootsies...drinking with guy from Georgia and hayley in hostel. I now have the sun on my back, so even when I'm in cold wet England I shall still have a little bit of the trip with ...
... of the highway - diners celebrities have attended, houses where civil war memorabilia is on show, birthplaces of historical figures - all of these are signposted for hundreds of miles before they are reached. But Graceland? The defining tourist attraction in this otherwise unremarkable city? Nada. Not a single sign was on show anywhere within a ten mile radius of the place. No highway sign gave us an indication of which junction to use, no neighbourhood signs alerted us to ...
... on their new hit singles. Larger studios sat at the entrance to music row and GAC resided on the corner of the entrance. We didn’t slow down for any pictures and nobody seemed to be out and about so we tried our luck at finding the museums…without Gertrude.
After discovering parking in downtown Nashville, we slipped into a decent sized lot with only two other cars parked towards the back under a sign declaring “Johnny Cash ...
I love Panera Bread..I am a club member which earns me points for free food and you also get a free birthday surprise...so its a great free program.
This morning I stopped for a Everything Bagel with Roast Veggie Medley Cream Cheese.
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