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Summary

This chapter gave you a closer look at creating a style sheet that can be implemented site-wide, and explained the advantages of doing so. Using a site-wide style sheet gives you a consistent-looking site, while making your XHTML code cleaner and enabling you to experiment freely with the look of the page. You also saw how this approach to style sheets can be incorporated with CSS2’s aural styles to make your Web pages more accessible. And, at the end of the chapter, you saw some of the elements and attributes that enable you to specify the languages used on your pages.

In the next chapter, you’ll learn about the elements used to create interactive forms on your page, including entry fields, pop-up menus, and other elements you can use to enable your users to make choices and communicate with you.


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