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135. Sunday 29th November 1998 - Why use CSS?
Synopsis: Following on from the successful "Why bother with JavaScript?" article, Janus Boye initiates a "Why use CSS?" article. CSS - has its time come, or is it still an emerging technology?
Techniques: CSS, Cascading Stlye Sheets, Aural Style Sheets, Browser support, HTML, content, style

084. Saturday 9th May 1998 - An Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
Synopsis: Written by Jason Nugent. This article was born out of a need to assimilate Janus Boye's CSS FAQ into an article so people interested in beginning development with style sheets could have a reference in order to get started. It is hoped that after this article is read, you will have a better understanding of what CSS is, how it works, and how it can benefit your site.
Techniques: Presentation, style tag, Cascading Style Sheets, CSS, ID attribute, CLASS attribute

065. Saturday 28th February 1998 - Dynamic StyleSheets
Synopsis: Written by Michael Bednarek. With the advent of Dynamic HTML, we have been able to do a lot more with our scripts. Everything on the page becomes an object to be manipulated. In this article, you will learn how to change a page's style sheet on the fly.
Techniques: Get_Cookie, Set_Cookie, styleSheets, Layers, <LAYER>, <ILAYER>, JavaScript *.js files, SRC, VISIBILITY, styleSheets[], layers[], JavaScript 1.2

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