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7 Compelling Reasons to Start Using CSS for your Website
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-03-01

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    2. Separate content from design

    This one's a bit hard to explain. The best way I can think of to explain this is to point you to csszengarden.com. Hop over there now. You'll see a list of styles you can select. Click on a few and you'll see what I mean. The content remains the same but the design is totally different. This comes in really handy when you'd like to change the look of your site without touching your HTML web pages. Just change one CSS file and your whole web site has a new look.


    3. No more tables ... almost

    You no longer need extensive use of tables. No more nesting tables within tables. No more figuring out which closing table tags belong to which tables. No more deleting a single table cell and having your whole web site resemble chaos. You'll still, however, need tables to tabulate your data. But that's about it.


    4. Easy site-wide changes

    Need to change the color or size of your H1 tags? All you have to do is change the color and size once in your CSS file and all H1 tags in your web pages will change.


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