Breaking up is hard to do. But in web design, separation can be a good thing. Content, style, and behavior all deserve their own space.
This is good stuff, right here, and you can bet your ass I bookmarked it. I am thinking that in much the same way as the W3Schools tutorials have helped me with CSS (and continue to do so), this ALA site will probably be the key to my understanding AJAX. This, of course, along with another recent favourite of mine: the podcasts on “Software As She’s Developed” which are verbose but informative.
Separation of content, style and behaviour is as imperative to webdesign as the separation of Church and State. Not that this is entirely relevant, but I wanted to end this post on an interesting note. . . And that was the best I could come up with.
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