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HTML JavaScript and CSS Cheat Sheets

Programmers who use many programming languages often forget even the most common syntax they use every day. To be honest, I don't remember exactly how to write a for loop because it's always easier to look up on W3 Schools or on Stack Overflow the exact code. It just takes a quick Google search and there will be no error for sure. I'm glad to present today the new Cheat Sheet for web developers which has a separate page for HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Online Windows XP simulator prank

April Fools' Day is approaching and you might need some new ideas of how to prank your friends. A classic office prank is when someone takes a screenshot of the others desktop and opens the image full screen, making the other believe that his computer is frozen. The only downside of this prank is that people quickly realize what's going on and they close the window.
In this article I want to present a more effective way of a similar prank where people can actually interact with the screenshot.
Geek Prank is an online old Windows XP simulator people can interact with, making the scenario more real, not like a simple frozen image.