Now you see it; now you don't

BWO!Copperfield!CSS

  01 March 2006

Description

Splitting a suspicious word with random characters and use the CSS display:none to make the random characters disappear.

Submitted by Nick FitzGerald.

Example

<span style="display: yes; display: none">g</span>C
<span style="display: yes; display: none">l</span>I
<span style="display: yes; display: none">o</span>A
<span style="display: yes; display: none">c</span>L
<span style="display: yes; display: none">s</span>I
<span style="display: yes; display: none">z</span>S

Working example:

Non-working example

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