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We started out with computers in the 1980s when I began writing articles on the ZX81 and ZX Spectrum for the computer magazines of the time.I was also commissioned by Mc Graw-Hill to write two books on Z80 programming for the ZX Spectrum, Fran helped to produce the manuscripts for these books.I have had many emails asking where the code/style can be found for the various demonstrations.The humanzee (Homo sapiens sapiens × Pan) (also known as the chuman or manpanzee) is a hypothetical chimpanzee/human hybrid.This degree of chromosomal similarity is roughly equivalent to that found in equines.Interfertility of horses and donkeys is common, although sterility of the offspring (mules) is nearly universal (with only around 60 exceptions recorded in equine history).Please , please, please note that for most of my demonstrations to work, especially in Internet Explorer, you MUST use a standards compliant !

Some older references include Y as a match between gorillas, chimps, and humans, but chimpanzees, bonobos, and humans have recently been found to share a large transposition from chromosome 1 to Y not found in other apes.

So I have created this site in the hope that it will help newcomers to CSS and show old hands that it is more than just a mechanism for styling your documents. Because CSS PLAY deals with experimental CSS that is exactly what you get JUST CSS, no javascript or any other programming language has been used in any of the demonstrations.

For javascript demonstrations please visit the Stu Nicholls website which will take you to another of my sites which is dedicated to demonstrations using CSS and minimal, unobtrusive, javascript.

We thank you all for your support and comments and should you wish to link back to CSS PLAY please feel free to use this button.

The alternative styles and my javascript switcher have been dropped from this new layout, primarily because any changes I wanted to make to this home page required updating the CSS for every style. If you wish to see my previous home pages then visit my archives.

Some older references include Y as a match between gorillas, chimps, and humans, but chimpanzees, bonobos, and humans have recently been found to share a large transposition from chromosome 1 to Y not found in other apes.

So I have created this site in the hope that it will help newcomers to CSS and show old hands that it is more than just a mechanism for styling your documents. Because CSS PLAY deals with experimental CSS that is exactly what you get JUST CSS, no javascript or any other programming language has been used in any of the demonstrations.

For javascript demonstrations please visit the Stu Nicholls website which will take you to another of my sites which is dedicated to demonstrations using CSS and minimal, unobtrusive, javascript.

We thank you all for your support and comments and should you wish to link back to CSS PLAY please feel free to use this button.

The alternative styles and my javascript switcher have been dropped from this new layout, primarily because any changes I wanted to make to this home page required updating the CSS for every style. If you wish to see my previous home pages then visit my archives.

I am 70 years old, married with two children, worked as an electronics design draughtsman, until I resigned to become a self employed (freelance) web designer/adviser, and have a passion for computers and photography.