Yes I remember that you and I got off on the wrong foot. But you quickly turned it around and put your efforts into making things better and now I'm a fan. You have a knack for spotting CSS errors faster than most and your desire to help is beyond question.
We all miss the mark sometimes, but most will have the courtesy of thanking us for our sometimes feeble attempt at helping them with their problem, regardless of results. Others will take the advice without so much as letting us know if it worked.
The ones I have the least patience for are those that barge into the community yelling and screaming about the lousy support without even giving anyone a chance to help them. It takes a lot longer to solve the problem if you spend most of the time getting them to specify what the problem is. Yelling for videos for everything, puts any hope for solving an immediate problem into the distant future.
I once walked out of a Mall Management office, and was stopped by an elderly lady that immediately started yelling at me because one of the drinking fountains was too low. When she finally stopped telling me how mad she was, I explained that I was an outside contractor that was only there to fix their network. If she had approached me in a somewhat calmer fashion, I would have been happy to call the Director of Operations for her and he would have taken care of it.
Attitude is everything when looking for help.