Styling the Presentation of Your Content

In the preceding exercises, we put some lists and tables on the page. They definitely serve the purposes for which they were intended: they contain the information they were designed to contain, and they keep it segregated from other information. Semantically, lists and tables are superior to using paragraph tags or one paragraph with line breaks between the relevant blocks. The only problem with them is their appearance.

This is another case of cascading style sheets to the rescue. You will now learn how to maintain the semantic value of these tags for search engines and non-visual browsers, but style them so that they look appealing to visitors.

In this exercise, you will learn to style the presentation ...

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