CSS Design: Taming Lists (27 Sep 2002)
As early as July of 1999 I was pontificating on email lists about the virtues of style sheets. Some things never change.
What has changed is how I think about CSS, and the underlying structure of (X)HTML to which it is applied. For example, I find that most pages on the web contain a menu of links in a navigation area. These are often marked up as a string of links, often in separate DIVs or paragraphs. Structurally, however, they are a list of links, and should be marked up as such.
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