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Listless Navigation – Using CSS To Do More With Less

The best part about CSS is that it allows web developers to achieve more with less. What exactly does that mean? Well, for a start, CSS allows developers to:

  • Code much, much less XHTML
  • Separate website formatting from content
  • Control as much of the website theme/design as the developer allows himself with one CSS file
  • Easily adapt website display to the user instead of the user adapting to the website
  • Change the display of our website for specific devices and special circumstances

The list goes on and on. The functionality to do great things with less code is there; it's up to the developer to code the XHTML to take full advantage of the power of CSS. One place I often see CSS being under-utilized is with navigation menus.

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