So, you can see that the code breaks generally start with a .shutter. The period signifies in CSS that this is a class, and the name is shutter. The first code block makes an invisible box around the item, and sets the duration of the transition. The second one has some resets to make sure the text is still in line and tidy, despite it having an invisible box around it. the :before signifies that the stuff there appears before the text does on the page. And the bottom actually sets it so that the item will transform once you :hover over it. Then, I can simply add the class prefix into any item on the page, and it will have the shutter affect. Here's the code for the example that's above:
It's as simple as just applying that to anything, and boom, shutter. That's why CSS makes website development so modular. With a few letters, I could change what font every single paragraph on the site uses.
We also now have a public chat! Using an embedded chatroom from a handy website called chatovod, anyone can now chat anonymously on the website. I think this is a cool feature to just talk to people or post random stuff. It's cool. Here's the chatroom embedded right here!
You can view the chatroom on the main homepage, and you can also access it under the 'Other' navigation tag in a full page format. And yes, you can and will be banned if you're racist or something. I literally don't care what you talk about as long as it isn't insanely insulting or sexual.
And with that, I wrap up another successful post. Still trying to conquer SSL, and I hope that next time I post here that's what the article's about.
I would like to direct you to the comment feature. It's great. Use it to talk about things.