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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Good job on the idiomatic slides. I particularly like your use of CSS to keep the navigation fixed in one spot. It makes quickly scanning much easier since I can keep my mouse in one place for clicking and use the wheel to scroll. :-) Now one day I need to learn more CSS myself...
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    "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment
  • from your use of CSS, I'm guessing you like
    using the bells and whistles offered by
    standards-forward browsers.

    In that case you might want to put link elements
    in your head element so that supporting browsers
    (iCab, mozilla, mozilla derivatives) will show
    navigational links in a pre-set place.

    http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/values.html#linktypes

    That way, you don't even need the floating nav
    stuff. OTOH, the floating nav stuff gives the
    same benefit to those with icky browsers.