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Old 12-11-2006, 07:09 AM   #3
Michael Rowley
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suggests to me it will create old-fashioned HTML with (at best) inline and embedded CSS
I'm glad you found the WebPlus 10 advertisement (not given directly by Google yesterday), but I'm not very impressed by 'suggests to me', because I was expecting some comments on the hands-on exprience of the experts. The fact that Serif doesn't mention CSS might only be an indication that 'CSS' doesn't mean much to most people (including me); on the other hand, you might be right. Has CSS nothing to do with the W3C standards?

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