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This chapter took you through the RSS and Atom new feed formats with all the background information and practices
required to not only create standard-compliant feed channels but also maintain them manually without interrupting
the strict XML syntax, the RSS or Atom format requirements, or the highest level of interoperability.
In the next chapter, you will learn how to secure the layout of your web sites, use advanced typography features
on the Web, and optimize image files to maximize user experience. You will also learn standard-compliant, cross-
browser video and multimedia embedding techniques.
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