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“There are many like it, but this one is mine.” A recent Weightshift project, Central, brought about a few development challenges, one of which was background imagery.
You're sitting at your desk , coding up a 500 page site, knee-deep in Extreme Cheddar Doritos sipping on a liter of Code Red Mountain Dew when you realize...this page would be: You immediately scramble home to grab your Jurassic Park DVDs so can screencap a Velociraptor attack, but then you realize how hard it would be to make an awesome raptor run across the site you were coding. Plus, how are you going to get that trademark velociraptor screech ?
Last updated August 9, 2012. Created by mikeker on April 9, 2010. Edited by pkhermouch , linclark , silverwing , alphageekboy .
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