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Chapter 17. Styles > About Styles

About Styles

One of the greatest challenges to Web design is ensuring that page information and design are consistent across an entire site. In fact, when hand coding, even minor edits can take a great deal of time to implement.

For example, consider a page footer containing copyright and location information across a large corporate site. With traditional coding, the developer would rewrite the code for the footer onto every page. When the footer’s contents needed to change (perhaps the new year began or the company moved), the designer would have to edit every page that contained the footer. As a result, minor adjustments required a tremendous amount of time and resources simply because the edits necessitate changes on hundreds of pages.


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