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Progressive Enhancement Part 3, Getting A Solid Baseline Before Layout.

The best structure means nothing without a solid foundation.

In my previous articles I described what progressive enhancement is showing a text rough draft, then I went ahead and marked that content up semantically. This time around we will tidy up our final details, loading fonts, adding some DIV where we will need them for some standard layout techniques, add a handful of classes and ID’s, and then apply a reset.




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Accessibility and Efficiency Consultant, Web Developer, Musician, and just general pain in the arse

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