CSSNAKETRIX is a generative artwork. Although it's material is text, it's product is more visual than text-language alone.

CSSNAKETRIX - the second version (same url as first mind) has a slightly more sophisticated user interface, and can export to PNG images up to 2000 x 3000 pixels (w * h).


CSSNAKETRIX relies on it's own stylesheet. It is extremely likely user stylesheet settings or other settings for altering web design (ie for readability) will screw it right up. CSSNAKETRIX will also look troubled on older browsers, and one or two new ones (ie gecko based) might display things a little differently.

CSSNAKETRIX stylesheet uses the serif font, and a custom line height. if this is altered by user settings etc, PNG export will look different to what you expect as the export uses the DejaVuSerif font (as supplied by Debian GNU/Linux) for rendering text to the image.

PNG export is a little buggy, did not catch until uploaded, due to mindless limiting of test case. probably will fix tomorrow afternoon.

PNG export sizes are limited between 100 x 100 up to 2000 x 3000 (w*h).

PNG exports should not be hotlinked. They will get deleted due to space restrictions. When you create a PNG export and then modify the parameters, that PNG will be deleted.

Probably other bugs and things to watch out for too.



A visual net/code/art work abusing cascading style sheets - second version

Journal entry - 15:27 Wednesday 1 October 2008

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