This is some of the WORST advice I've ever seen in HTML/CSS coding. Endless pointless separate stylesheets increasing handshaking overhead, no media targets on said LINK, Meyer's derpy "reset reloaded" that effectively pisses on accessibility with pixel metric fonts, endless pointless classes for nothing in the markup, (really, a header is the header?!?), pixel metric fixed widths, lack of logical document structure, even more F*** accessibility fixed metric font sizes...

With tutorials like this, is it any wonder nubes and rubes alike get suckered by frameworks that have all the same failings?

Seriously folks, do NOT try to learn from this.

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