This is the most irritating thing to me about the Internet. The size 0x0 character (0) is invalid. This is not a normal character. It may not be a ‘0’, but it is definitely not a ‘0x0’.
I know it’s a 0x0 because it’s supposed to be a letter with a 0x0 in it, but why should it be invalid? It just doesn’t make sense.
It’s a very simple error. It’s not a simple error, just a simple mistake. You can make it a small error by making it a 5 by 5 text block. You could make it 5 by 5 text blocks only.
My husband hates this character. I don’t hate this character. I love it.
I can’t believe this one. This is a very serious error. It’s a very serious problem. It can happen to anybody.
I find that the most serious errors are the ones that can be made by people who are clearly trying to annoy me. It’s also possible that the error is intentionally left in. I could be wrong, but I think I was told on the phone that the error was intentional. I don’t know the circumstances surrounding the error, but I’ve found the most error-free characters are those who have no reason to be annoyed.
So if you don’t like picture sizes…
Picture size is a very important part of web page design. If the author of the page doesn’t know what a picture size should be, then they are going to have a hard time providing text that is readable. The author of Picture Size 0x0 has no reason to be annoyed.
There are a couple of sites that provide advice on how to get the best picture size.
The easiest way to get the best picture size is to use the default picture size setting. The default is 16:8 and it works fine. The default is 8:8 and it isn’t going to work, but it is pretty darn good. If you don’t want to use a different setting, you can use the default picture size setting, but the default is 16:8.