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- From: Alan Kennedy <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 21:44:11 +1000
As you know, there are little buttons you can get for web sites
that say things like
"Made with Cascading Style Sheets"
"W3C HTML 4.0 compliant"
and which are links to the definitions of the standards on the
I'm doing a couple of web sites with XML and XSL at the moment,
and I'd like to put on them some dinky little GIFs that say
"This site written in XML"
"This site created using XSL".
I think that something like this could be good for XML and XSL
(as long as the web sites are good ;-)
I tried my hand at creating some, but I'm genetically deficient
at graphic design.
Is this a good idea? Or a bad one?
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