Wild CSS

Pick a Wikipedia entry which follows from the entry on “Rules.” Copy its HTML and link it to a CSS sheet in which you declare a value for every possible property of every HTML element. Explore CSS as a means for the wild production of new visual forms. Forget about the legibility of words and instead visually articulate the different HTML elements (the tags). Make two formal constraints to regulate the visual profusion.
 
 

Selectors

html
body
h1
h2
h3
h4
p
em
a
ul
ol
li

pseudo-selectors

:link
:hover
::before
::after

example code block

p
{

color:
background-color:

border-top: 1px solid black
border-bottom:
border-left:
border-right:
border-radius:

display: ;
float: ;
margin: 0 0 0 0;
padding: 0 0 0 0;
position:
width:
height:

font-family:
font-style:
font-weight:
text-align:
font-size:
line-height:
letter-spacing:
word-spacing:
text-transform:
text-decoration:
text-shadow:
word-wrap:
outline: 1px dotted white;

list-style:
list-style-image:
list-style-position:
list-style-type:

transform:
}