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Cascading Style Sheets

To help your site maintain and manage consistent graphical design, CommonSpot provides full support for Cascading Style Sheets and current design practices.  Semantic Web developers can create style classes that conform to design specifications and make these classes available in CommonSpot.

Site-level administrators can register style classes for non-technical contributors to use on an Element-by-Element basis.

Template designers can enforce or limit the use of styles to ensure design consistency or to allow formatting flexibility.  Designers can build templates in CommonSpot using CSS positioning to place content blocks within a page.

For more information on the use of styles and CSS positioning, please see the CommonSpot Developer’s Guide and the CommonSpot Template Developers Guide.

 

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