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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by tjas, Jan 28, 2008.
BTW why does google change his logo every now and then? I bet they are bored....
50 years of Lego.
They do it on anniversaries of something. Just hover the mouse over the image to find out what it is, because they always put it in the alt tag.
oOw thats why! 50 years of lego.. Who played with lego in their youth? Idid
correction: hovering a link or an image doesn't show you what's in the "alt" tag, it shows what's in the "title" attribute of an or tag
The alt tag is used when the picture can't be displayed for a reason (404) or another (image to big, etc.)
It's also used when copying/pasting a text containing an image to the clipboard. In rich text format, the image is actually copied; with plain text only the content of the alt tag is copied.
i still do
EDIT: ^^Smarty pants
I still have a drawer full of Lego blocks.
Costello: That's how it's supposed to work, but IE shows the 'alt' name when the 'title' is left blank, which has led most of the people that do web design to incorrectly use 'alt' instead of 'title'.
You were saying ?
real question is, who stopped?
I bought a $300 lego truck a week ago, and it fuckin rocks
WOOW lego technic? Thats a lot of money!
I've seen a site with all logo's Google ever used and the ones that were rejected for use, I don't know the URL though but I bet you can easily find it with a search.
I found a fiew
I haven't bought or played with a Lego set in a very very long time up until about 2 weeks ago. I picked up the teeny $10 set of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade where he busts through the German checkpoint on the 2 seater motorcycle with his father (with another German on bike in pursuit.) It's a neat little set I wanted to toss on my desk at work.
Haha, noticed that earlier today...
wonder where all my Lego stuff went..:\
*sheepishly raises hand.
If only because I can now play with the real thing.