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Fwd: your CSS: fonts website

From: MombieBrainz <courtnola@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Feb 2020 15:07:59 -0600
Message-ID: <CADYELEyEP2xuvmSx5gT0eS5bJPrNUDZvn92Q92fx-JP6Gk-cjA@mail.gmail.com>
To: site-comments@w3.org
I am sorry if this is the wrong place to send this, but it took too damn
long to figure out who I should email a happy feedback email to. I visited
this <https://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/fonts.en.html> website about 2
hours ago and initially I sought to contact Bert for quick help (see below)
& the email was returned to me. I had such a great experience that I wanted
to share that, but honestly, was I supposed to go through each month on the
feed back list to find a KUDOS section? I started in the Technology Group
contact and then I just got annoyed. Other than that, I have bookmarked W3C
and ahave a wealth of information at my finger tips! Probably for this one
time blog post I am going to publish and most likely forget about. I feel
empowered right now and that's because of the great work within the
website.

I did have the bright idea to send the email to bert@w3.org just in case it
was just that simple, but I figured the feedback couldn't hurt either way.
Get a KUDOS button for people like me...or don't, just a suggestion.


Thanks!

Courtney (mombiebrainz) for today at least


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Court Nola <courtnola@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 2:22 PM
Subject: your CSS: fonts website
To: <bert@w3.com>


I had the whole email below prepared to send to you for a request for help.
Instead, I THANK YOU for your website! I found everything I needed.

- Courtney

I am procrastinating doing something important, so naturally I created a
blog. HTML and CSS aren't a foreign concept to me. Honestly, where I am
right now, I could either dig and dig (believe me; I will not stop) for the
answer I am looking for OR I could reach out to you to see if you would
like to take 5 minutes to point m in the right direction so I can stop
obsessing over the fact that I don't like the 6 provided fonts that blogger
provides. I had a livejournal and a deadjournal in the early 2000's where
if we wanted anything other than basic we had to code it out. Please
forgive my ignorance of proper terminology. I piddle with coding for fun
sometimes especially in excel. The problem is that I enjoy it so much that
I get lost for hours. ANYWAY, if you're free
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