Styling the Presentation of Your Content

In the preceding exercises, you put several lists and a table on the page, as well as using various header tags and the strong and emphasis tags. 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, as are the strong and emphasis over bold and italic. The only problem one could have with the result is the default appearance rendered by these tags. Besides the possibility of not looking the way the designer would want them to, they will look different in ...

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