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boilerplate

Overview page. Subjects: Social Sciences — Computing.

Another name for a style sheet or template. It is a term used widely outside the Internet, for example in printing and document processing.

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cascading style sheets

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Cascading style sheets, more commonly known as CSS, are used as a style sheet facility in HTML. They can also be used in conjunction with scripting languages such as JavaScript to change...

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Extensible Style Language

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A language based on style sheets and the Extensible Markup Language which is supported by the two main browsers, Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. It is often abbreviated to XSL.

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house rules and house style

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Printers have always regulated their procedures in order to achieve smooth running of their business. Such house rules (or rules of the house) can be divided between those created by ...

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printer's manual

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Guide designed for printers and members of the publishing trade. Historically, printers’ manuals were produced for apprentice or journeyman printers, as an introduction to the trade. These...

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University of Chicago Press

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Founded in 1891 and operated by the Boston publishing house D. C. Heath in conjunction with the Chicago printer R. R. Donnelley, the press was taken over by the university ...

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