25 lines

Inspired by Lisa and Rob, I’ve got a little quiz for you. It’s simple enough, 25 lyrics, guess the song and artist. I’ve used the “Party Shuffle” mode of iTunes to pull 25 random tracks from my library, so don’t blame me… entirely.. Ohh and it’s not always the first line of the song, some were a little to obvious for that. UPDATE: DEADLINE passed, here are the answers to all… er… 26 tracks I want your tender charms, cause I’m lonely and blueRescue Me by Fontella Bass – PB Curtis Spread out the oil, the gasoline. I walk smooth, ride in a mean, mean machineStart me up by The Rolling Stones From the torn or taffeta, You’re frozen in …

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Sassafrassin Rassafrasser!

This is driving me nuts. It may be an issue with my WordPress installation, or my CSS, an example of the problem can, currently, be seen two posts down. If I add a blockquote in WordPress, it adds [blockquote] around the area of text. All well and good. But if the quote has more than one paragraph, it adds a [p] tag within the blockquote, but only for the SECOND paragraph causing the blockquote to get all huffy (technical term). Currently the CSS for the blockquote looks like this: #content-float blockquote { color: #663399; padding: 8px; background: #F6FBF7 border: 1px dotted #CC99FF; font-style: italic; font-family: Georgia, Times, serif; } The [p] tag within the blockquote won’t inherit from it as …

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Fontify

annelizabeth, a small victory, Zeldman, what do I know, and this very site. Is the prevalent use of Georgia a backlash? Fed up designers moving away from k10k and tiny sans-serif fonts? Who knows, I do like it though… Ohh and an aside – you’d be amazed at how many people forget to set a background colour for their pages, my browser default is not white (as most people’s are) but grey (it’s an old skool web thing… ;-). I’ve even caught myself out with some work that I was viewing from home. Naughty me. Double check that BODY tag, or stylesheet now!

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