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A Matter of Styles : Producing Quality CSS in a Team Environment (11 Aug 2004)
Until recently, cascading style sheets (CSS) were the most tragically hip technology available online. Touted as the way to create page layouts by, well, the folks that wrote the specification, style sheets were long denied any serious consideration in corporate development environments. Poor browser support stranded CSS in the 'isnít that nice' realm of Web development, a technology best relegated to the fringes of the Internet. For years, the likes of WaSP have railed against this mentality, insisting that we should say to hell with bad browsers, and embrace these standard technologies that could bring our sites-and by extension, the Web-forward. Proper use of CSS would make our pages lighter, make them easier to build and maintain, and generally make life rosier for a siteís users and owners alike.
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