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NSFW extension

Posted by rexdixon on December 30, 2006

Well it didn’t take long from taking NSFW from an idea to a Firefox extension did it? Technically Speaking, I think this is a very useful attribute for web sites and their readers.

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NSFW attribute is a great idea

Posted by rexdixon on December 29, 2006

The NSFW attribute would be a really good one to have. I can see allot of content owners utilizing this attribute. NSFW stands for Not Safe For Work. I bet allot of you readers can now see a good reason to have that attribute. I believe it would be something that could be used right from the get go if added. There are tons of links that you do not need to click on while you are at work, or even if there are younger people viewing a site with you.  

The article goes on to explain the full reason why there should be a NSFW attribute. Technically Speaking, this would be a great new HTML standard for 2007.  

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