Brainfuel is now decked out in stylish bright green, with a design created and coded by yours truly. There is still an error or two in Windows Internet Explorer, but (hopefully) those will be fixed (eventually). Please feel free to post a comment about the new design!
Check it out, yo! Brainfuel has been newly upgraded to WordPress One Point Five Point One Point Three (184.108.40.206). Time for celebration!
Yes, yes, we know. We’re using the default template. But that should change. We have a new design in the works. In the meanwhile, enjoy the new digs!
Recently, I’ve been dabbling in the arts of form-based mail (i.e., on your website, someone fills out a form with their email address, subject, and message content, and an email is sent to you). I’ve managed to blunder my way through, and come up with something that works, but there’s a problem: the w3 validator doesn’t like it. It comes up with errors like:
Document type does not allow element “form” here; missing one of “object”, “applet”, “map”, “iframe”, “ins”, “del” start-tag and Value of attribute “method” cannot be “POST”; must be one of “get”, “post”.
Anyone know what’s going on here? I’m trying to get my page validating as XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
Google reports that an astounding 86% of the internet has gone down the tubes, for almost no apparent reason at all. Rumors have been floating around about alien invasions and/or terrorist attacks, although the CIA has confirmed neither one of them. Luckily, Tornado’s servers survived, or else this blog would be history, too! Google also reports that approximately 80 TB (terabytes) of data has been eradicated, and they’re in the process of following clues that might lead them to the culprit; speculators report that it might be an unwitting mistake made by Helga D. Browning, who owns the oldest, most outdated computer connected to the internet. Helga says she turned her PC on, it made a whirring noise, and the hard drive exploded (the incident apparently happened the same time most of the internet disappeared). This suggestion, as with all others, has yet to be verified by the CIA.