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Re: [css-d] Divergence between compliant browsers

Sent by Ben Henick on 29 January 2002 23:11


On Tue, 29 Jan 2002, Lachlan Cannon wrote:

> I hate to be pedantic here (well, actually I love being
> pedantic ;)) but CSS doesn't help you seperate content from
> structure.. a cms will do that for you. or using xml, since

Erm, actually it does.  If you say, "put the scripting here, the 
presentation here, and the content here," voila!  All that's left is the 
markup, which in many ways is tied to the logic anyway (thus the CMS).


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