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Pro CSS for High Traffic Websites by Inayaili de León, Antony Kennedy

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Appendix 1. CSS Standards Guide

This guide serves as an example and is not exhaustive. The goal is to show you what type of content can be made into a guideline that all CSS authors must adhere to. The degree of detail into which you go in your guide, or how you divide different documents (for example, you might prefer to join this and the Browser Support Guidelines into a single document) is up to you.

The pages referred to here as links do not actually exist. They are an indication of other types of documents you might want to create and make available in a central company-wide repository.

Each guideline should include a justification to save on further discussion. Any points that have been decided against should still be recorded with the conclusion ...

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