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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

CSS was developed to separate content and presentation in the markup language HTML, and to make layout properties like character and paragraph formats for a website accessible from a centralized location. This allows for centralized format changes without the need to modify individual elements in various documents.

It is possible to define what are called classes in CSS, describing how content should appear. You can specify attributes like fonts, font sizes, line heights, margins, various colors, borders, and more. This greatly simplifies the process of programming website layouts.

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Digital Asset Management (DAM) vs. Google Drive and Dropbox

Explore the difference between digital asset management (DAM) and cloud storage such as Google Drive and Dropbox. This article highlights the benefits of DAM, offers a comparison with conventional cloud solutions and helps you to find the ideal option for effectively managing your digital content.

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Asset Integration Tool at ZEG: A perfect start to automation

Naming assets is a challenge that should not be underestimated when it comes to automated processing and synchronization with the PIM. In this article, you can find out why this is the case and how our customer ZEG achieves an improvement in quality with our Asset Integration Tool (AIT).

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