Today WebAppers linked to a very interesting css file called Holmes.css. Basically it's an inspector for your HTML to tell you what's wrong with it visually. A great idea. And I'll probably throw it try it out on my own webpage and see how horridly bad it's coded since I know I was getting lots of errors and warnings on things cause of the ampersand and I'm not sure where it's being coded wrong as I'm pretty sure it's a plugin that's doing it.
But as the designer appears to be in the UK I don't know if they took the Holmes name from the HGTV show Holmes on Homes or Holmes Inspection. It's probably not a coincidence. But you never know. This is a really good show, it's even one of the building type shows that I enjoy watching. Shea learns a lot from him as he's really up on the new construction technology. Shea's found a lot of things he wants to use if he ever gets to build a house.
I wonder if the author has sent his script to Mike Holmes. I'm sure he'd get a chuckle out of it.