So what. I think those pages are merely for fun and practise, I might
mistaken here but I doubt!
>as an ever-expanding standard of electronic information exchange
>anybody who wants to take advantage of available functionality has no
>choice but to become a purist (and I mean industry, not personal "k00l
>pages"). My guess: in a few years the web will be 90% colourful
>Netscape-induced trash (worthless HTML), and 10% sites that will
>_really_ use the net... And then I hope people will start notice how
>much they've missed chasing fancy backgrounds.
What if there is color in pages... I don't mind, beside you can allways
skip those color settings or skip the whole page if ya don't like 'em!
Anyway this whole discusion about color in pages is all wrong, I belive
that since it's now here it might as well stay.
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