Send a message
Do you log it when I hit the increment button? It’s a very fun button I’m sorry if I am spamming a log file somewhere
No, it just increments a value in a MySQL database. You're probably fine :-)
whale milk has the consistency of cottage cheese so calves can "eat" the milk underwater
I just thought you should know this
Huh. I... don't know how to feel about this.
Re: Re: Re: Opinion on penis?
I see you already answered opinion on vagina (not my question), what about the whole vulva region in general? Basically opinion on pussy/cunt/malebox/<insert preferred term>
Malebox??? Anyways, results are inconclusive, I need to acquire more data.
I mean, giving someone a blowjob does produce a pleasing sound, if you do it right.
What else was I supposed to use, Microsoft ActiveX??? CSS is the only stylesheet format supported by Web browsers.
I really want a website like this one that you've made, but I don't know where to start! Do you have tips, a how-to guide, or anything like that? This looks so awesome and i LOVE the design
Well, you'll need to learn HTML and CSS in order to create and style Web pages. MDN Web Docs is a good resource, and I find myself referencing it quite often when I tweak things.
I also use PHP to make my site easier to maintain, and to add interactive elements. You don't need it, though (and some people will say you shouldn't use it, you should be using whatever horrible Node.js framework is the hot new trend this week), I just personally find it useful.
Anyways, I recommend starting out by making small pages and sites in pure HTML and CSS, before you move on to larger things. You don't even need a server or domain name to start - just a good text editor like Geany and a Web browser.
If you reach out to me via the contact info in my about page, I'd be more than happy to give you more advice and assistance - I'm glad I'm not the only one interested in this, lol!
Oh... I can't test dark mode as easily anymore (thanks RFP) and I guess that slipped through. Sorry :-P
Huh? What's the problem with it? The Firefox contrast checker says it meets WCAG guidelines.
I don't know, but I think this guy would be excited: