Cascading style sheets are an essential component of the web. I remember back when they weren’t, or more accurately back when they weren’t as popular (about the time they were only being used to set font colors). Let’s just say I’m very happy that the web is moving toward the separation of content, style, and behavior.
Maybe I’m being a bit too picky, but styling images with inline code doesn’t (always) seem like the best option. To me, it isn’t even a question of utility, such as whether inline or imported styles are the most effective and easiest to use. No, it seems to be more of an issue of what is correct and proper. I question myself on this constantly, as any good semanticist should. Continue reading