On 22 Sep 2002 at 12:31, @ Edwin wrote:

> Actually, in a sense, CSS can "build" a page--esp. if "build" means how
> data are to be presented (formatted) by the browser. Remember, with CSS
> you can hide and unhide elements?

Ah .. yes ... forgot about that. That is building. Appreciate the 

> The best practice, IMHO, is the one implemented here:
>   http://www.alistapart.com/
> Try the page with your standard-compliant browser (like N7) and with a
> (crappy) browser like N4 and see the difference. You can "dissect" the
> site and find out how they did it. Or, you can read articles like this:
>   http://www.alistapart.com/stories/netscape/
> And one for "easy printing":
>   http://www.alistapart.com/stories/goingtoprint/

I gotta go back and refresh myself. Thanks for the links. 


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