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Think semantic markup
Separating content & presentation
<p>Making the World Wide Web <em>worldwide</em></p>
Making the World Wide Web worldwide .
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Not only is it better for localization to express the idea or semantics in the content, and leave the presentation to the style sheet, it will also improve your original text by making you more aware of what you are actually doing. (In other words, this is another situation where good authoring practise benefits localization.)