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It is hogwash like this rant on design

2024-05-08 05:30:02.643473+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

It is hogwash like this rant on design which show that it was a mistake to ever give designers control over colors on the web, and CSS is awful, and we should go back to HTML v1 and let users set their own colors.


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#Comment Re: It is hogwash like this rant on design made: 2024-05-08 14:50:04.063887+02 by: markd


#Comment Re: It is hogwash like this rant on design made: 2024-05-08 18:32:57.647817+02 by: Mars Saxman

Preach it!

I view almost everything in Reader Mode anyway. The web is more peaceful if one takes control back from the designers.

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