I made this silly page for #PrideMonth to show how to make a bunch of different pride flags using one <div> with CSS.
I'm open to suggestions and additions!
@david you might wanna add a reference to the brown and black stripes to the description of the Philly pride flag
@david sorry, the progress pride flag
you say that it's a combination of the Philly Pride flag and the Transgender flag, but you don't mention the brown and black stripes
@noiob Ohhh, I see. I do mention the brown and black stripes in the one above it, the Inclusive Pride flag, which is the name that I mainly encounter that flag under besides Philly Pride.
@clarfonthey You know, that's a good question. I've seen it both ways, but I should probably adjust it
@clarfonthey It may well be cropped versions being used elsewhere, but I archive.org'd the original tumblr post and updated it on the site
@david this is awesome and geeky and we love it!
Might I (Si) Suggest adding the Queer Flag. Also would you happy for us to share this via our twitter?
@TBnJPodcast Thank you! You can share and I did via my Twitter too, DavidWolfpaw.
Can you link which queer flag you mean? I am not familiar but a few show up
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