Web Technology @ CCBC

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Posted by Barry on September 24, 2007

This really isn’t a site to help you learn new code snippets and such, but more of a way to show you some of what you can do with a HTML/CSS combination. Though it wasn’t possible to make it standards compliant, if you took just the snippet of code that I wrote for it, that would be. If you view the source of it, my code snippet starts with “<style type=“text/css”>

.profileInfo, .userProfileURL, .extendedNetwork, .latestBlogEntry, .interestsAndDetails, .userProfileDetail, .friendsComments, .friendspace, .contactTable, .navigationbar, .blurbs {

display: none;


http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=40270007 is the link to the site, and it’s viewable by everyone, even if you don’t have myspace. I did all that you see myself, minus the google page ad at the top, which i couldn’t remove or i’d be kicked off myspace. All the code I used was from techniques I learned from our book for WEBT143.

2 Responses to “MySpace?”

  1. vjnoone said

    Awesome! I love it. Thanks for giving me some music ideas too! ;~)

  2. jpalughi300 said

    thats a really good layout. i’ve seen some interesting sites through HTML & Flash driven groups that myspace has.

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