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Date: 14 May 2000
Author: Grant MacKenzie (

Description: Library for authoring XHTML elements (strict DTD). Contains wellformedness checks to avoid markup errors, and tools for handcoders who work with xhtml, css and javascript.
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Date: 28 Nov 1999
Author: Grant MacKenzie (

Description: A group of libraries for producing standards compliant HTML 4.0, including a CSS helper and useful utilities.
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Date: 10 May 2001
Author: Stephen Riddle (

Description: CSS2 library; includes all the descriptors, selectors, classes, pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements, at-rules, and declarations suitable for HTML, XHTML, XML, Aural Style Sheets and style sheets for paged media.
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Date: 20 Aug 1999
Author: Dinesh Valke (

Description: This library is intended to help all the Web developers who believe in style.
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Date: 20 Apr 1998
Author: Stephen W. Cote (

Description: Various CSS syntax elements.
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Date: 29 Mar 1998
Author: Mark Bienvenu (

Description: Cascading Style Sheets.
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Date: 14 Feb 1997
Author: Scott Nesbitt (

Description: Cascading Style Sheets 1.0.
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Date: 19 Apr 2001
Author: Andreas Halman (

Description: Estonian libraries for CSS
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