If you want to see just how much you can do in pure CSS without changing the underlying HTML go look at the CSS Zen Garden. There's a lot of absolutely beautiful designs.
I've been having a lot of trouble setting up my laptop to dualboot Windows XP and OpenBSD over the last few days. It kept not working, and I had made it work easily at one point in the past. I were going mad. I tried installing the fine GAG bootmanager and it still didn't work. Finally I correlated the facts that my disk has 63 sectors per track, that my OpenBSD partition started at 0 sectors and that GAG installs to the first track of the disk, and that this is normally free. I repartitioned and made the first partition start at 63 sectors instead of 0 and now GAG works perfectly. If I had not fucked up so much the instructions in the OpenBSD FAQ would've been correct, and I could have used ntldr instead of GAG, like I have done in the past.
Author M. G. Liebach
LastMod 2016-05-01 (9fc4632)