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The State of the Web

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This is a presentation by Bart De Waele of Netlash, on the state of the web, and its future.





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digitalAlien | March 5, 2009 7:36 PM
Hey hi Chris!

Well I was surfing the web and came about the website and your blog caught my eye. Let me get straight to the point. From your expert point of view in terms of more fluid websites.

Would you agree that css is taking over in terms of xhtml design work? I happen to have experience using it and from what I see when I go online and view the source code there are still so many sites out there that are not using the web standards. I would luv to hear your opinion on this?

Bye the way I've look around sites and was checking you guys's site and I'll be sticking around on the blogs here. They seem to have alot of what I am looking for in regards to issues and personal thoughts on web media.

Just so you'll know I happen to be from Mission Hills, CA where I also study and have self-taught myself alot on web standard issues and coding. Anyhow! Can't wait to hear what you will say about my question.
Chris | March 6, 2009 7:05 AM
digitalAlien,

Thanks for checking out the blog, and for your comment.

I wouldn't say that CSS should be compared to XHTML. They're really meant for two different purposes. XHTML (EXtensible HyperText Markup Language) is simply a stricter and cleaner version of HTML. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), on the other hand, are used to describe the presentation of a document written in a markup language. I hope those links are helpful.

Keep up your study and stop by again soon,

Chris

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