Student-run School Website - Go Spartans!
Environmental Club! - Join, I tell you!
Key Club! - Super-fun community service club. We meet Thursdays at lunch in room 117.
"Style it Your Way" by Joen Asmussen - You didn't think I came up with the style switcher by myself, did you?
"CSS Image Rollovers" by Design Meme - I used this article to eliminate the annoying flickering in the flowers' rollover header.
Microsoft Clipart - This is where I got the flower pictures from. Highly recommended. Yay for free photos!
Vim.org - Vim is an extremely useful, free text editor that Thomas introduced to me. You can use it to edit HTML, CSS, VisualBasic, C++, and much, much more. Vim colors the text (syntax highlighting) and indents code for you so your code looks neat. It's difficult for beginners to use and doesn't have a graphical editor, so it's better for programmers. If you're stuck or just want something entertaining to read, check out JD's useful Vim guide.
ColorZilla - Have you ever seen a color on a website and wanted to know it's code? Have you ever needed a colorpicker? Wanted to enlarge a webpage? Wanted to keep a list of your favorite colors? Then the ColorZilla extension for Firefox is right for you! (Not a relative of GodZilla.)
Firefox Web Developer Toolbar - This toolbar is essential if you are building a website (or want to analyze other people's websites, muhaha). The Web Developer toolbar allows you to edit css right on the page and see your changes updated immediately. You can also display id and class details and display element information right on the page as you mouse over various elements (such as divs, headers, tables, and paragraphs). You can resize your webpage to see what it looks like at different resolutions. You can view cookies. There are too many features to list them all; it's crazy!
You wouldn't want this website to wear the same clothes every day, would you?
Your current style:
"The future belongs to those who believe in the lessons of the past."
Socksoff is a great wallpaper link resource. (And I love the title!)