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By Joe Lewis, Meitar Moscovitz

Within the publication, we’re going to maneuver additional into the sensible facets of working
with CSS and what it will possibly do. each one bankruptcy makes a speciality of a distinct go portion of CSS
development that attracts on various techniques from the former half. Let’s dive right
in, starting with exploring the specifics of CSS-generated content material.

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Why giving the user control is not giving up Talking about self-describing markup is just another way of talking about semantic markup. In this paradigm, the content in the fetched document is strictly segregated from its ultimate presentation. Nevertheless, the content must eventually be presented to the user somehow. If information for how to do this isn’t provided by the markup, then where is it, and who decides what it is? At first you’ll no doubt be tempted to say that this information is in the document’s style sheet and that it is the document’s developer who decides what that is.

It begins with an 8d-: element surrounding the title of the page, followed by a paragraph of content that contains some 8]:, 8ai:, and 8opnkjc: elements, providing links and emphasis to a paragraph describing our subject. Following that, we see an 8eic: element supporting an illustration of our subject, a table, and an unordered list. A style sheet is conspicuously absent. Figure 2-1 shows how this appears in Firefox, and Figure 2-2 shows the result in Safari. Figure 2-1. The Firefox web browser contains a user agent style sheet that defines its default browser styles, so even otherwise unstyled pages contain a modicum of basic styling.

1 specification, shows the relationships between media groups and media types. 15 CHAPTER 1 Table 1-1. Relationships between Media Groups and Media Types Media Type Continuous/ Paged Visual/Audio/ Speech/Tactile Grid/ Bitmap Interactive/ Static ^n]ehha Continuous Tactile Grid Both ai^kooa` Paged Tactile Grid Static d]j`dah` Both Visual, audio, speech Both Both lnejp Paged Visual Bitmap Static lnkfa_pekj Paged Visual Bitmap Interactive o_naaj Continuous Visual, audio Bitmap Both olaa_d Continuous Speech N/A Both ppu Continuous Visual Grid Both pr Both Visual, audio Bitmap Both In addition to the continuous/paged interaction paradigm, we have A visual/audio/speech/tactile paradigm that broadly specifies which human senses are used to consume content A grid/bitmap paradigm that specifies two broad categories of display technology An interactive/static paradigm that defines whether or not the output media is capable of dynamically updating It’s up to individual user agents to implement support for the capabilities assumed to be present by a particular media group.

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