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CSSRule.cfc Added To Projects

By Ben Nadel on
Tags: ColdFusion

I have added my CSSRule.cfc CSS parsing ColdFusion component to the projects section of this site. Like I have said before, I love CSS - I think it's one of the best ways to model the visual formatting of rendered elements. As such, I really want to come up with a good, clean way to model and maintain CSS so that it can be leveraged in many different projects.

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Reader Comments

Thanks for the blog, I found plenty of useful info here.

Just a note: CSS is not "one of the best ways to...", it is the only way!

CSS helps separating content from its presentation. Mix it with semantic markup and you have the perfect combination for the design of your website AND to make your content available to agents that do not care about the presentation layer: search engines and screen readers.

Avoid inline CSS as much as possible though.