Huh? I have typically always followed the leader. Once and I while I become the leader but most of the time I follow the leader. I learned most of what I know in the 1st grade. Your response makes you the leader and I know you did not learn this in the 1st grade. Heck, I just celebrated my 66th birthday and of course didn't have the option of separation of content from design/presentation and behavior. We just kind of leaned our ABC's and stuff cuz no computers had been invented. I guess I…
Colleen, at ProWorks
we like to think of web projects in four layers. Each layer is important and needs to support the other layers.
In general its pretty similar to the article you shared and other muiti-tiered development approaches. What would you like to chat about?
Yes, I endorse that as good.
Generally my behavior layer is jQuery and then I use the normal XHTML (content)/CSS (style) layers.]
What do you want to talk about?
any designers familiar with the three layers of frontend as in http://webdesign.about.com/od/intermediatetutorials/a/aa010707.htm
I want to talk to you.