…and sometimes white

Or: How a Single Serving Site (info) can fail. :)

You know, there are a few simple sites that, for instance, just give a brief answer (“No”) to questions like “Should I use tables for layout?” or “Is it Christmas?” and nothing more – my little Ü toy may already be too elaborate –, but even then it can happen that the site operator misses a case:

A page that claims to be sometimes red and sometimes blue, aptly named sometimesredsometimesblue.com, remains white if you access it with JavaScript turned off – that’s worthy of a little FAIL, I think, so:

FAIL. :bigsmile:

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