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Part: XI Making FrontPage Do More Work > Introducing Cascading Style Sheets

Chapter 42. Introducing Cascading Style Sheets

The biggest push in World Wide Web design today is to separate the appearance of a page—its fonts, colors, and alignment—from the information it offers.

This is being done for several reasons. First, it will make a Web publisher's life much easier when the site needs to be redesigned. A site in which specific fonts and font styles are entered one page at a time also must be changed in the same manner.


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