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Elizabeth Samet: “No'/s/american'>American event is as shrouded in myth as the Civil War, a rupture so devastating that it spawned any number of falsehoods to protect us from the enormity of our national wrongs.” <a href=''>Elizabeth D. Samet</a>

Remember back in, like, 2002 when knowing how to type out <a href="whatever"> when making a link basically meant you were a web design expert?

Did you know you can change an <a href=""> to include a download="" attribute and change the filename of the downloaded file?

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Display links when the <a> has no text value but the href attribute has a link: a[href^="http"]:empty::before { content: attr(href); }

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