All have a different function:
- HTML = content
- CSS = style
So how can users break the internet?
Of course they can’t.
Users can disable images, so browsers don’t download them. Don’ t forget to re-enable them before starting shouting on Twitter…
Users can disable CSS or override CSS which is nice for colour-blind or other visually impaired people.
- costs (on paid/metered connections)
- battery usage on mobile devices
- memory usage, especially on devices with less memory
Cooking meth(ods) in business cuisines
And then blame the user! You broke the internet! What fear can do for you.
Yes, it’s all about money. And real money isn’t made with cooking simple food like chicken nuggets or serving simple content. You need something sneaky and hidden, you need something in return.
You can be sure about one thing: bringing internet to the poor for free means multinationals want to run programs on their phones, watches and glasses too. It’s business not charity out there.