Understanding Cascading Style Sheets
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Understanding Cascading Style Sheets

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    Bud F.
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    Bud F.

    Consistency in CSS, as in HTML, really matters. My question is: Is there a most generally accepted "Best Practice" for 'styling' a stylesheet? I see all kinds of different setups; it makes me think of a designer's "signature". Any value in this? (You only begin the styles. Others will finish them.) ??

    Bud F.
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    Bud F.

    Question: Divs and tables are taboo in HTML pages. Is this not the case for stylesheets? Best practices?

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