As a novice website designer, there were times when I was in over my head trying to build this site. I ended up getting a ton of help from a woman named Kathryn from the WordPress forum (and Canada!). She did a ton for the functionality of this site, and eventually even guided me to the point where I could make adjustments to CSS code on my own to get my desired visual effect, which seemed an absolute miracle for someone like me. To somehow try to pay her back for all her work, I told her that I would like to write her a song in exchange for her help. Fittingly, she requested a song about CSS computer language, and here it is! Enjoy, folks!

CSS-For Kathryn
by Custom Song Workshop

CSS
it’s so mysterious
I wasn’t the best best
in fact, way down on that list
In truth a total novice
hit the forum to enlist
my coding therapist
pray we’ll take care of this

CSS
if I really must confess
my mobile columns were a mess
media queries, I didn’t know yet
Concepts like margin and float
like distant islands, too remote
as I flailed and drowned
until Kathryn calmed me down

‘Cause I spent all my life thinking that I’ll never need it
But with Kathryn’s help even I still clumsily succeeded

CSS
design a site for my business
it simply couldn’t look a mess
the visuals had to impress
on a variety of screens
from big to small and in between
I sat alone, cowed and upset
‘Cause I didn’t know how…yet

See, I lived all my life having never even coded
When forced to web design my declining confidence eroded

‘Cause I wanted a beautiful site
but I didn’t want to pay with two limbs
Well it all turned out alright
and I owe it all to Kathryn

I copied so much code to the CSS additional section
Who would ever think I’d become somewhat independent?

CSS
Should I revisit this mess
won’t feel such pain and distress
for truly Kathryn is the best
Automattic Engineer of Happiness
and to that title I can attest
for I didn’t burst nor implode
send my Mac crashing three floors below