Matthew's number as listed below appears to be too long to display without going outside of its comment box. That is unfortunate. I've decided not to do anything about it though. Support for causing long words to break in two inside of a CSS box is being added to CSS3, which no browser currently supports. Thus I'm not going to bother putting it into my stylesheet yet. Microsoft has a CSS property that would do what I want in IE, but it is not part of the W3C standard and so I am refraining from using it. The other alternative is to actually break the number in two with a space, however that would obscure meaning and that isn't very good either. So for this month, unless you have your monitor set to a very high resolution, my website will have a horizontal scrollbar. Enjoy.
Matthew Lausch's Blog
April 1, 2020
Historians exercise great power and some of them know it. They recreate the past, changing it to fit their own interpretations. Thus, they change the future as well.
-- Leto II (Frank Herbert)