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Web Terminology: Part Three

By: John Gallant, Holly Bergevin, on Tuesday, March 23, 2004
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Primary Category: CSSIn Part Three of our Web Terminology series, we discuss terms you may read in a forum or on an email list. Words that are slung about loosely, often without further description or even a context within which to infer their meanings. Words that are part of the "jargon" of CSS, such as "Positioned," "Container," "CSS Hack," and "Workaround." Armed with this knowledge, you'll be able to ask intelligent questions, converse with the gurus, and actually understand what they're talking about! Let's go!

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