Cascading Style Sheets
Cascading style sheets (CSS) are an elegantly designed extension
to the Web -- and one of the greatest hopes for recapturing
the Web's ideal of separation of presentation (design) and content.
The Web is the ultimate cross-platform system, and your content
will be presented on such a huge variety of devices and browsers,
that pages need to have the ability to separate the meaning
of the information and leave design details to a merger (or "cascade")
of site-specified style sheets.
With Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), you can easily change color
codes, fonts styles and sizes, and other page properties in
ONE place and the style sheet changes it throughout your site.
It's like magic.
Each of our web sites will come with a custom-designed style
sheet developed specially for it. CSS is the professional designers'
choice for the development of quality web sites. Experienced
designers thoroughly know and understand the concept of CSS.
They would never create a web site for a customer or client
without using CSS as the backbone.
We don't use redundant HTML font and color codes that many
new designers use, because it's not the most effective way to
design a page nor is it considered professional. With CSS you
have no worries of font tags, color codes and unnecessary HTML
tags used throughout your pages. Such extreme and unnecessary
tag redundancy will cause your pages to take longer to load
and are a nightmare to edit if you ever want to change your
fonts or colors.
Why don't more new web designes use it if it is so simple?
Because the first step to learning web design is HTML and that
is all the further their web design experience and education
has taken them thus far.
Consumer Tip: Now that you know this bit of
information, you can easily recognize a NEW web designer.
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We're light years ahead of basic. We know what
we are doing.