I was reading Mads’ blog today and came across this post.
I’m amazed I didn’t know this either, so I checked back to the HTML 4 spec, and sure enough, this is what it says (bold added by me):
class = cdata-list [CS]
This attribute assigns a class name or set of class names to an element. Any number of elements may be assigned the same class name or names. Multiple class names must be separated by white space characters.
Wow, I’ve learned something new today! I’m now wondering about all the times when I could have used this on web pages I’ve worked on.
I’ve booked in for the “Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Application Development Foundation” exam at EXCOM on December 20th.
Microsoft handed out vouchers for free exams at the Visual Studio 2005 launch last year which expire on December 31st, so I thought I better use it up before it runs out.
Resource Refactoring Tool - for C# and VB.Net, a Visual Studio.NET add-in that provides an easy way to extract strings from code and add them to resource files.
I saw this word Pebkac mentioned by one of the Mozilla developers. I think I’ve seen that happen a few times.
Reminds me of The IT Crowd, which even Jane found funny (and she doesn’t often share the same sense of humour). Fan site with desktop wallpaper and screensaver downloads too.