The CSS Song

In a different approach in promoting CSS and Web Standards, a css song has been made.

Well, it's not an award winning song and the vocals at the start is a little bit hard to comprehend, but reading the lyrics while listening to it made it easy to understand (now, that is usability!)

I'm attending a conference on Accessibilty for PWD's (Person's with Disabilities) tommorrow and maybe we can do something similar. I'm not sure though if the hearing impaired will go with that idea though.

Enough rant, listen to the CSS Song! by the way below is the lyrics just to tease you. The lyrics are also shown in the CSS Song webpage, so you shouldn't have any problem understanding the song.

Complete Lyrics of Hands to Boag

The supervisor rants. He says “This website’s pants! I want my clicks improved by Friday!”

I hit the URL. It’s like the bowels of hell. God give me strength. It’s just not my day.

So raise your hands to Boag and pray that we can fix this website today.

Tonight I need your CSS, coding in the darkness. From now on no more tables nest; you will meet web standards.

The source code makes me weep. There’s tables fifteen-deep. In Netscape 6 it looks like garbage.

The METAs say this turd was made with MS Word. With every click I find new carnage.

So raise your hands to Boag and pray that we can fix this website today.

Tonight I need your CSS, coding in the darkness. From now on no more tables nest; you will meet web standards.

Tonight I need your CSS, coding in the darkness. From now on no more tables nest; you will meet web standards.

I guess I’ll have to start from scratch - then I can kiss this piece of trash goodbye…

Tonight I need your CSS, coding in the darkness. From now on no more tables nest; you will meet web standards.

Tonight I need your CSS, coding in the darkness. From now on no more tables nest; you will meet web standards.

I guess I'll have to start from scratch - then I can kiss this piece of trash goodbye...

ohhh…

Comments

  1. This is when it is nice to use the trackback URL. You linked to the homepage of actiononline.biz, and that is a blog. Pretty soon, the song will no longer be on the homepage.

    Try changing the link to the trackback link

    This way, even if the post is no longer new, but people still end up at your page and click on the listen to the song, they still will be delivered to the correct page with the song.

    Just my suggestions.

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