Re: How not to do style sheets and class names OT
Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
Jonathan N. Little wrote:
X-WebTV-Stationery: Standard; BGColor=green; TextColor=red
Is this for those poor souls that thought surfing the web via their TV
would be a cheap alternative to a real computer?
Place it in the Humor class. :-) I believe it was Blinky who came up
with it years ago. I don't know if it is still current -- nor even do I
know or care if WebTV is still active.
I know Halloween is over but:
"Sorry, MSN TV hardware is no longer available for purchase from
Microsoft. Microsoft continues to support the subscription service for
existing WebTV and MSN TV customers."
I guess they will still be around until they die off from old
age...probably down one subscription recently with Mr. Rooney.
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