CSS-in-HTML Bookmark

Yesterday I came across this tweet and it made me smile. I’m not sure how many developers nowadays are aware of the fact of this having being the everyday reality a long time ago, but as with a lot of things we do, evolution continues to progress. We have come a long way from real <font> tags and I’m happy to have had the full experience of the web over time. Looking back it has been an enjoyable and interesting ride.

Currently my CSP doesn’t allow any external scripts, hence the Twitter embed doesn’t display as it would like to. I’m not sure if I want to change it in the future, hence I’m attaching a screenshot of the aforementioned tweet for your immediate perusal below ;)

Screenshot of tweet saying "Remember CSS-in-HTML" with a code example by @rauchg
Screenshot of tweet saying "Remember CSS-in-HTML" with a code example by @rauchg

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