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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleid-0
    em is just another length unit, just like in and the other two you typed. It's just a matter of preference. You can check out the comparisons Here

    TNR is in quotes because it has spaces in it. It's customary in CSS to put quotes around fonts that have more than one word. Not only is it probably customary, but probably also more browser portable for browser interpretation.
    Oh, ok. Thanks much for clarifying them. I just never heard of em before, so hey

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    Your welcome Quantrizi, I didn't really know what em was at first lol
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    I made a very special webpage for cerin:
    http://home.centurytel.net/ravenz/cerin.html

    Now cerin, you can go to http://home.centurytel.net/ravenz/ to understand the file structure (not much lol).

    Be sure to skim the code on the main page by going something like:
    View-->Source on your browser, but I'm sure you already knew that ;) .

    btw I copied most of this from:
    http://216.203.152.142/

    So you can go there if you want to understand this more :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cerin
    lololololololololololol try Cascading style sheets
    hmmm .... Laughing out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brain Cell
    hmmm .... Laughing out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud??
    Boy...who knew you can lol more than once? Cerin is a god!!!! ** note: ther cerin is god comment was sarcasm...Cerin!... **

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    Thanks for the page Kleid-o. I got 100% on the w3c html xhtml and css quizzes. Should I try and take the exam?
    My computer is awesome.

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    Take as many quizes/exams as you can, be sure to ask here if you have any questions on the concepts of what's going on. Remember google is always your friend for reference needs (and popular questions), just go like this on google:
    CSS (anyquestionaboutcss)
    And you're golden. CSS references are very rich on Google...if only C Programming solutions were as rich, , though C++...ok getting off topic lol.

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    You have to pay a small fee for that one its from w3c and if you pass they send you a certificate if you get above 95% you get something extra on the certificate. It's over the fundamentals of html, xhtml, and css.
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    Well don't pay for them! ack! lol. Just read tutorials in place of it I suppose. I wouldn't ever recommend having to pay for an exam, make your own exams in JavaScript and quiz yourself on yourself lol. That always works pretty good after reading a tutorial on something that you didn't know beforehand.

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    What are you going to do? Certify yourself?

    edit:

    That would go down real well in a job interview.

    "It says here you're certified to dismantle Nuclear Weapons?"

    "Yes sir. I even programmed the quiz myself, in Perl."

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    well hey, if you can program Perl, you can dismantle nukes..


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    Well anybody can dismantle nukes. The tricky part is doing it slowly.

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    >>well hey, if you can program Perl, you can dismantle nukes..<<

    *goes looking for -Ken-*

    is it true o master of the perl?

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean_mackrory
    Well anybody can dismantle nukes. The tricky part is doing it slowly.
    You mean a sledge hammer doesn't work?
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    Its a test over html xhtml and css. They mail you a certificate if you pass 70%. The certificate is from w3c so it has gotta be worth something right?
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    I really doubt it, if you showed that in your resume, you'd probably get laughed at..but you could brag to your friends!

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