I’ve been doing a new design for “chris blogs”, dubbed “Dark Mint”.
It looks very different from the “Barcode” designs available; it is very minimal, has only one graphic and a bright font on a dark background.
I hope you like it.
BTW, CSS really needs something like
#define in the C preprocessor.
There are cases in which several elements have the same color but that
color can’t be defined using cascades. Changing these colors can get
very complicated and it’s easy to redefine an element with the same
color but a different purpose. (For “Dark Mint”, I just used the
m4 to define colors, but running
m4 after each
change is tedious.)
Prank of the minute:
class String def dylanize gsub(/\b([b-df-hj-z]\w+in)g/i, 'a-\1\'') end end puts "For the times, they are changing".dylanize puts "I'm wondering if she remembers me at all".dylanize puts "I saw a room full of men with their hammers bleeding".dylanize puts "I'm going back out 'fore the rain starts falling".dylanize
This will result in:
For the times, they are a-changin' I'm a-wonderin' if she remembers me at all I saw a room full of men with their hammers a-bleedin' I'm a-goin' back out 'fore the rain starts a-fallin'
NP: Pearl Jam—Hold On