As you've seen in this chapter, AP Elements offer a clean, standards-compliant alternative to developing websites. Using CSS in conjunction with <div> tags affords you the capability to cleanly separate positioning and formatting properties from structural code.
In this chapter, you learned about the various methods for inserting AP Elements, modifying properties outlined by AP Elements, and structuring pages using AP Elements and CSS positioning properties. Furthermore, you looked at some of the new Dreamweaver CS3 CSS-based page layouts and how building CSS-based designs is not only easy, but also effortless when you take advantage of them.
In the next few chapters, we'll begin to shy away from CSS and take a much different direction by beginning to discuss important concepts as they relate to team collaboration and task automation.