Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) gives you unprecedented control of the layout and design of any web document. As browser support only improves, we will see CSS becoming the primary styling system. This is partly because CSS is so light when compared to most JavaScript, AJAX, or image-based design systems. And as the support for more transitional features like sliders and gradients find their way into CSS, there may not be a need for anything but CSS in the near future.

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