My Spanish has slowly been ebbing away from me, but I'll give it a try (tho Yuri can prolly do it better lawlz)
Since doing my design of the SigT logo in CSS two years ago, I had the idea to do more complex drawings which could use the Verdana font and absolute positioning in CSS, generating a form of vector image that could be directly embedded in the HTML code.
I opted for Homer Simpson as he is sufficiently popular and recognisable:
[homer pic here]
The result is cross-browser; it's compatible in the following browsers under Windows:
• Internet Explorer 5.5, 6 and 7
• Opera 9
• Firefox 2
• Safari 3
(I wonder) How does this appear in other OSes and browsers?
(Note: in order to correctly see this, you need to have the Verdana font installed on your machine)