And, judging by some of the things Zach Holman has dug out, you'll probably cringe as you'll fondly recall the many Geocities pages one encountered back in the day.
Are images too advanced for you? HTML For Dummies doesn't cover the
<IMG>tag until chapter four? Well, you're in luck: the
tag is here!
You may be saying to yourself, "Self, I know all about HTML entity encoding. What is this dastardly handsome man going on about?"
The answer, dear reasonably attractive reader, is an innovation that youth of today don't respect nearly enough: the stacked
. Much like the 1x1.gif trick, you can just arbitrarily scale
for whatever needs you may face:
PLEASE SIGN <BR>
If I had a nickel for how many times I wrote
in the 90s, I'd have enough money to cover the monthly overage bills from AOL.
|"Despite the prevailing differences, many consider the German reunification a successful role model."|
|Keep Calm and Carry On: The Story of the Second World War Poster|
|Colour Photographs from 1911|
|1998 Public Service Announcement on the Dangers of the Internet|
|The Origins and Future of Occupy Wall Street|
|Fast, Clean, Cost-Effective Metal 3D-Printing|
|“Robots should be fitted with an 'ethical black box' to keep track of their decisions.”|
|"A helpful guide created by an unqualified individual."|
|"A real-time surveillance machine that has been developed for online advertising is rapidly expanding into other fields."|
|Making a Movie Inside a Video Game|
|"You only need about 100 miles by 100 miles of solar panels to power the entire United States."|
|"Warp drives could become a real technology within the lifetimes of today’s toddlers."|
|"State borders are a lot weirder than they first appear."|
|Iron Star Civilizations|
|Google Map Shows You the Most Photographed Areas of the World|