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Though Lausanne is so near Geneva, its history, in historical times, has been widely different from that of the neighbouring town. Geneva enjoyed a modified independence from an early date, and became completely independent early in the sixteenth century. Lausanne, until nearly 300 years later, endured the domination, first of Savoy, and subsequently of Berne.

The early history is obscure and full of vexed questions as well as unfamiliar names; but the central fact is that the Counts of Savoy—they were not promoted to be Dukes of Savoy until later—took possession of the Canton of Vaud, as well as of the Chablais and the lower Valais, after the death of the last of the Zaeringen, at the beginning of the thirteenth century.

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CSS counters are, in essence, variables maintained by CSS whose values may be incremented by CSS rules to track how many times they're used. This lets you adjust the appearance of content based on its placement in the document.

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Unordered

  • HyperText Markup Language
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • What everything is written in
  • My Structured Query Language
  • Something I have not used
  • A programming language where whitespace matters
  • An ugly syntax

Ordered

  1. HyperText Markup Language
  2. Cascading Style Sheets
  3. What everything is written in
  4. My Structured Query Language
  5. Something I have not used
  6. A programming language where whitespace matters
  7. An ugly syntax

Definition

HyperText Markup Language
HTML
Cascading Style Sheets
CSS
What everything is written in
JavaScript
My Structured Query Language
MySQL
Something I have not used
Clojure
A programming language where whitespace matters
Python
An ugly syntax
Ruby
<em> Emphasize text using em.
<strong> Imply any extra importance using strong.
<code> Define inline code snippets using code.
<del> Mark document changes as deleted text using del.
<ins> Mark document changes as inserted text using ins.
<mark> Highlight text with no semantic meaning using mark.
<q> Define inline quotations using q inside a q.
<abbr> Define an abbreviation using abbr.
<dfn> Define a definition term using dfn.
<small> De-emphasize text for small print using small.