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+ - Power of CSS, developer creates Simpsons entirely in CSS->

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Developer Chris Pattle has created Simpsons characters using CSS, demonstrating how powerful and capable CSS has become. The advantage of this kind of usage is that one doesn’t need scalable vector images for the web anymore. The developer says, "I put a side project on "Github the other day, Simpsons in CSS. CSS is becoming more and more powerful and often with a bit of though you can replace basic graphics with CSS. The advantages of this are obviously better performance and graphics that scale. I wanted to see how much I could achieve with just pure CSS and cartoon characters seemed liked something that is very do-able.""
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