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IN A WORLD…where legacy content and gargantuan management systems routinely churn out inaccessible, invalid HTML…the liveSTORYBOARD CMS is a taking a giant step in the right direction. Like many tools, liveSTORYBOARD offers WYSIWYG editing from the browser, but saves the input in an XML format, using an XSLT engine to transform the content into valid XHTML/CSS output right out of the box. Tweakable templates allow designers to get dirty with CSS and XSL to provide customized layouts without ever touching the content. It’s nice to see a CMS designed with the same attention given to the quality of the markup (you know, what visitors actually use) as to what lies under the hood.

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