> David wrote:
> If the style sheet for any page on the Web is deleted or disabled then
> the the page is displayed as simple html markup. Or, is it that I just
> do not understand your question?
> Ed replied:
> Yes if you turn off the css then and just have the simple html as long as
> you read it then that is correctly formatted? My question is if there any
> way I can make this html better?
Your question might be better asked on another list as CSS-D deals
primarily with the practical application of CSS rather than HTML markup.
However, some of your extremely long selector names such as this one --
#wrapperLogoNavigationinside -- wiil be more efficient if shortend. And
while the software (browsers) understand the all uppercase rulesets in
your CSS file, from a human standpoint all lowercase might be better and
easier to understand.
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