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7 Compelling Reasons to Start Using CSS for your Website
By: Jase Dow
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    7 Compelling Reasons to Start Using CSS for your Website

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    If you haven't heard of CSS, it's short for Cascading Style Sheets. I'm not going to go through what it is.There are many free articles and resources about CSS out there in the wild wild web.

    Instead, I'm going to share with you why I decided to switch to a CSS based design.

    I've known about CSS for quite awhile now but I used it minimally on my sites. Mainly to control the default font used in my web pages and also to define certain styles that I seem to use over and over again. I never gave much thought about using CSS to it's greatest potential.

    I guess it was because I was already good at making web sites the way I made them, i.e. using tables. I didn't want to have to learn a totally new way of doing things. So I stuck to tables for as long as I could.

    Unfortunately, 'as long as I could' turned out to be until the middle of last month.

    It started with my WebSite Workshop members area. I had added a new section and needed to update my navigation. I had a roll-over navigation, pretty much like the one I have at The only difference is that when someone clicks on a button, a secondary navigation will appear below.

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