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I don't give two hoots what you do with any of the
design or code you find here.
Actually, I do. I hope you take it and use it, uncredited,
on a super commercial website and get wicked rich off
it. I hope you use it at work and your boss is
impressed and you get a big promotion.
I hope it helps you design a website and that website
impresses somebody you think is super hot and you
get married and have smart, chill babies. I hope you
use the code in a blog post you write elsewhere and
that website gets way more popular and awesome
than this one.
If you feel like telling me about it, cool. If not, no big
deal. If you feel better crediting it, that's cool. If not,
don't sweat it.
If you copy an entire article from this site and republish it
on your own site like you wrote it, that's a little uncool. I
won't be mad at you for stealing, I just think you're better
than that and want to see you do better. I'm not going to
come after you though. I'd rather play ball with my dog.
I want the web to get better and being all Johnny
Protective over everything doesn't get us there. I
understand other people feel differently about this and
might have semi-legit reasons for protecting certain code,
design, writing, or whatever. I work on some closed-source
projects myself. CSS-Tricks isn't one of them. Go