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CSS Extreme

(1) Bing.com search engine
(2) Google Search was invented in 1998
(3) Mapquest.com: Search for directions

(4) top websites from Alexa rankings

(5) welcome to the Yahoo homepage

(6) Wikipedia. The Free Encyclopedia

(7) Wikipedia works best when Zionists stay out. wikiwiki.

(8) this is ridiculous

(9) this is even more ridiculous...omg

(10) this is insane

(11) this might work despite extreme features

(12) The Strong emphasis

(13 )The half one

(14) The nice dots on bottom


here's how each of these lines would look when grouped together.
note: this is for demonstrative purposes only.
...obviously, HTML and CSS is not meant to be grouped together.
and, of course,
CSS code must be within <style type="text/css"> </ style> tags.

please scroll to bottom-of-page for a more accurate method of implementing this code:

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here's how CSS code is implemented onto a website:
(notice, the CSS is all enclosed within within <style type="text/css"> </ style> tags.

entire blogs or newspaper articles can also be highlighted
This can produce undesired effects, though.
If you choose this method, only slight color variants would be recommended.

in the following 2 examples, I will be using very noticeable color-changes.
[just for demonstration. (large variables are hurtful to the eyes, and not recommended)]



anything can be done with CSS.
using the Hover feature,
you could even make a new background appear.
It's not recommended for any practical use, though.
But, it just shows how anything can be done using the Hover feature.

a normal paragraph or blog is now given a background image
each time a mouse cursor scrolls over.

Perhaps, a more simple background should be used.

here's an example of a simple background placed within a paragraph.
(it's stationary, and not using the scrolling feature).
You'll notice, it's barely noticeable that a background image is being used. ....It's smooth boxy blue.
and it's all contained within the ASMR-Updates II paragraph.

here's another example of a stationary image within a blog:

for office use only:
css overkill

(1)The Suddenchange button. IT changes too much (2) This is suddenchanges button.

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