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blog post in No Food for Thought Duplicate form sections with jQuery - Improved Based on David Carr's excessively simple technique to duplicate form sections using JavaScript , here is my enhanced but still minimali
blog post in No Food for Thought Hail To My Lord 3 days ago, so discreetly that I didn't notice before now, a major event in the Web's history occured - the W3C released a new major version of HTML , for
blog post in No Food for Thought HTML/CSS - Centering Centering in CSS is not easy. But each time I must vertically center, I must search the web to convince myself that I have no choice other than using a hack. So I found it comforting to see [http://ww

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