I could use some help with coming up with a strategy to more easily style disparate content in my Slide-Show which consists of 3-4 slides.
The purpose of the Slide-Show is to display specific content that causes people to think or act. It is usually short and to the point. And I use lots of different formatting (e.g. LARGE and small fonts, bold, italics, and underlining) to draw attention to key points!!
The problem is that each line usually has it's own style. (In fact, certain words in a line may have their own style too?!)
Think that BIG BUSINESS runs America??
You might be interested to know that...
* There are an estimated 29.6 million small businesses in the U.S.
* Small Businesses employ roughly 50% of the private sector
* Small Businesses represent 99.7% of all employer firms in the U.S.
The reality is that Small Business is the heart-beat of America!!
Last night I tried to style a slide similar to this using your standard <p> styles, but it soon became clear that this was a problem.
I ended up creating a bunch of classes and used some SPANs, but I just don't feel satisfied and that I have an easy way to manage things.
Hopefully you guys follow what I'm getting at, and can offer a more standardized approach to managing my styles and markup.