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Using a series of linking CSS files, developers can easily mix and match sets of @import rules of CSS files that serve different purposes. Take a moment to consider the following structure. A modular CSS linking structure for sharing CSS files. ). css as the core CSS. The same modular CSS link structure for another page uses some of the same files. 3c`eb5^cfYXc$Xggj%Zjj 7`dgfik 7`dgfik 7`dgfik jkpc\j%Zjj ]fidj$YiXe[%Zjj ]fidj%Zjj and therefore those CSS files are not included on the global pages; however, they can be linked locally from an application.
Particularly on an initial launch, there may be pressures and scheduling issues that make tasks other than validation a higher priority when the site renders correctly in all the major browsers. Validation of a Web site’s code, free from errors, is something that authors should strive for regardless of external realities, but typically has to be weighed against project realities. In general, validation will be easier to get with a complete redesign that has fewer external forces or small applications, but it matters most where portions of a site’s content need to be reused or integrated with a service that expects to get, for instance, valid code in an XML format.