Thread Subject: Re: Bypassing content.
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From: William Loughborough
Date: Mon, Jun 18 2007 1:49 PM
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Any element can have styling furnished by a CSS file.
So you enter <h1></h1> and the appearnace is made to
conform with the style sheet entries. Whether it's
called "markup" or not.
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Subject : RE: Re: [teitac-websoftware] Bypassing content.
Css is often used to provide styling which is
visually similar to headings.
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