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5.3. Associative structured content

Associative structured content

The content coupling problems discussed in Section 4.4, “Content coupling” – that is, content being coupled with elements of presentation, context, or behavior – need to be dealt with through a combination of approaches. First, content storage needs to support separation of these elements from content. And second, the author interfaces need to make it possible to manage the content and these elements without the process being overly onerous for content managers.

There are two parts to separating the elements: breaking the content out from the presentational, contextual, and behavioral coupling, and pulling it back ...

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