The grey area with the black braces slides up to "Lição nº 1 when clicked?
about 2 years ago
no. :) It could, but no. This example lacks context, but I'll try to put it here, now.
1) it's a slide on keynote for a presentation. So, no clicking...
2) that's actually the icon for "semantics" in the HTML5 logo, which I explain earlier on the presentation in one of the early slides. Plus, it's used throughout the presentation. It was just a visual way of saying: "Semantics: Lesson nº2".
hehe And it looks badass, too! Kind like a Sergeant (http://www.fas.org/programs/ssp/man/moremanpics/rank-insignia/navy-marines%20enlisted%20ranks.gif). hehehe
Oh, ok. Looking forward to see this keynote then! Seems interesting.
I'm out Sergeant! :D
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