Web Site Design: Simplify with CSS

By Helen Bradley | Posted November 23, 2009

Over at Ecommerce-Guide.com, Helen Bradley demonstrates how using CSS can save you both time and aggravation when you want to make style changes to your Web site. What? You say your business doesn’t have an e-commerce component? That’s OK, CSS applies to non-e-commerce sites, too.


When it's time to design or redesign your shop site consider the benefits that CSS styling can bring to your online business. CSS lets you develop your site faster, update it more easily and offer a more accessible site to your visitors. While CSS involves a change from the rigid coding of HTML, it's not difficult to implement and most editing programs support it. In this column I'll explain what CSS is and how it can benefit you.

What Is CSS?

CSS is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets. You use them to format everything from a single piece of text to an entire Web site. One of the benefits of using CSS is that it separates the Web site design and formatting from the actual page content.

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