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After studying the language of layout, how does one successfully use standards-based applied sciences to create visually powerful websites? The full-color Adapting to net criteria: CSS and Ajax for large websites supplies builders a peek into the method of the easiest designers on this planet in the course of the paintings of excessive profile, real-world websites that made them recognized. The booklet specializes in deconstructing those top-tier large-scale websites with specific consciousness given to deconstructing CSS.

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Org/QA/Tips/goodclassnames). This discussion also introduces the concept of semantics or meaning in markup.

There are two things wrong with this from a best practices standpoint. Both have to do with the naming of the classes on the

elements: rederror and bolduser both convey presentation information that implies what those elements look like. The standard practice is to avoid basing a name on a description of a “physical” or visual characteristic.

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Note that nav-main is inside nav and content-section is inside content. The naming convention strongly conveys this information. In larger teams, it may be a good idea to document the outline hierarchy of the each template’s structure as part of the template inventory: body div#nav div#nav-main ul#nav-sub div#content div#content-section div#content-main div#content-related Chapter  Coding the Front End NOTE Where it can be done, the usage of meaningful elements is preferable such as with the usage of the

    elements above.

    In all cases, there are tradeoffs between performance, modularity, and ease of maintenance. Linking a single CSS file will place all rules in a single location that is easy to manage, and you can use string searches to find appropriate rules and easily edit the files. At the same time, a single CSS file can be enormous and difficult to manage across an enterprise with a multitude of business channels, requirements of branding or functionality, or a growing team. 49 50 ADAPTING TO WEB STANDARDS An exceptionally flexible approach is using modular sets of CSS files that serve different purposes.

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