If you had a time machine to kill the first webdesigner that violated separation of presentation and content and used "utility CSS classes", would you?
Maybe killing is too much, but perhaps throwing heavy books with all examples of CSS Zen Garden?
@raphael presentation and content are inherently linked (the typeface and size and layout are as much the communication as what the words say) and attempting to separate them was a fool's errand the entire time. there's no virtue in needless abstractions.
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