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All Categories > Musipedia > Musipedia Features > Should be CSS run [solved
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user picture Author: rt
Posted: Nov 02 2005 - 04:58 PM
Subject: re: Should be CSS run
Okay, you are right. I am now using more CSS.
Author: Rainer
Posted: Jan 11 2005 - 12:15 AM
Subject: Re: Should be CSS run
Sounds like an interesting idea. But could it be combined with using typo3? I am using a content management system because I want others to worry about the exact way the HTML pages are generated, because I want to separate content from style, etc.; also, I don't quite understand how the site would become more accessible (maybe I don't know enough about CSS)?
Author: Stephen O'Brien
Posted: Jan 08 2005 - 09:44 PM
Subject: Should be CSS run
Great idea, good implementation.

BUT: why the terrible 1990s web development. Inspired by Wikipedia? Take a leaf out of their book and run the site using CSS. This would allow for style switching, and would make the site far more accessible.
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