The last line is including contact.js, a file we will create later on.
Here we are basically just closing all of the tags that we opened up above.
There’s something about taking an ugly and deformed hunk of content and crafting it to beautiful pixel perfection that just sets my heart to racing. Anyway, in this new css file, put in this code: body h1 #wrap form table tr, td, input, textarea td tr td:first-child .error[generated=true] tr.error td input, textarea input:focus, textarea:focus textarea input[type=submit] #response #response .success #response .failure Now I could go through each selector and tell you exactly what everything in here does, but that would ruin the fun of you figuring it out yourself (plus it would take a long time for me to write and for you to read, which would be boring for everyone).
Okay, that might be going a bit far, but that’s not really all that far off. Remember that line in the head of where we included style.css? So take a look at it yourself and see if you can figure out everything that’s going on.
Produces a single-number score allowing users to make quick comparisons between processors.
more» Addresses digital entertainment products such as smartphones, MP3 players, digital cameras, TV set-top boxes, and in-car entertainment systems.
more» Targets multicore processor performance using automotive.
more» Lightweight multicore benchmark test with a combination of integer and floating-point workloads.