BSML: Bull Shit Markup Language
Bull Shit Markup Language is designed to meet the needs of commerce,
advertising, and blatant self promotion on the World Wide Web.
New BSML Markup Tags
This tag marks authoritative text that the reader
should believe without question.
This tag marks advertisements for products that are on sale.
The browser will do everything it can to bring this to the
attention of the user.
This tag allows the html writer complete control over the user's
colormap. It supports writing RGB values into the system colormap,
plus all the usual crowd pleasers like rotating, flashing, fading
and degaussing, as well as changing screen depth and resolution.
The blinking text tag has been extended to apply to client side
image maps, so image regions as well as individual pixels can now
be blinked arbitrarily.
The RAINBOW parameter allow you to specify a sequence of
up to 48 colors or image texture maps to apply to the blinking
text in sequence.
The FREQ and PHASE parameters allow you to precisely control the frequence
and phase of blinking text.
Browsers using Apple's QuickBlink technology or MicroSoft's TrueFlicker
can support up to 65536 independently blinking items per page.
Java applets can be downloaded into the individual blinkers,
to blink text and graphics in arbitrarily programmable patterns.
See the Las Vegas and Times Square home pages for
some excellent examples.