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work across all browsers. In short, don't waste your time trying to force
HTML and XHTML to do things they were never designed to do.
Instead, use HTML and XHTML in the manner for which they were de-
signed: indicating the structure of a document so that the browser can
then render its content appropriately. HTML and XHTML are rife with
tags that let you indicate the semantics of your document content,
something that is missing from or often badly implemented in word pro-
cessors and page-layout programs. Create your documents using these
tags and you'll be happier, your documents will look and work better,
and your readers will benefit immensely.
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