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Things to Do With CSS When You're Bored at Work - I encountered a problem at work one day: I needed to create a set of state transition diagrams for the documentation of a simple XML parser I had written. The documentation is done in HTML, so my first idea was to draw the diagrams as GIF or PNG images. Unfortunately, the only drawing tool available was Microsoft Paint – in a version that would only save files in BMP format.Now, there are no problems – only opportunities. However, this seemed to be an insurmountable opportunity. I wanted the diagrams to contain links to other diagrams, and since the rest of the text was in a fluid layout where the user could alter the text size, it would be nice to have the same features in the diagrams. But you can't draw diagrams with HTML and CSS, right? I mean, right?Actually, you can …
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