[thelist] how does XHTML/CSS separate content from design mor e thanusing nested tables and the like?

Chris W. Parker cparker at swatgear.com
Thu May 9 17:30:01 CDT 2002

Arlen wroteded:

> The basic difference is that <h1> says nothing more than
> "This is a main
> heading." That is, it defines the structure of the that part of the
> document. It says nothing whatever about how the browser will
> display the
> phrase enclosed by that tag. OTOH, <font size=7 color=red> contains no
> information at all about the structure of the document (is
> the phrase it
> encloses, a heading, a subhead, a quote from a book, or just
> a shout on the
> page?) but describes how the text should be displayed.

very good explanation. it makes sense now. i can see the light.

thanks a lot all you p30p13z.


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