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In this paper we present an approach of generating Cascading Style Sheet documents automatically if the desired effect on the content elements is specified. While a Web user agent resolves the CSS rules and computes their effect, our approach handles the way back. We argue, that this can remarkably improve CSS productivity, since the process of CSS authoring always involves this direction implicitly. Our approach claims a new and innovative way to reuse chunks of markup together with itsdoi:10.1145/1526709.1526907 dblp:conf/www/KellerN09 fatcat:2cj6pz4cbjekhc2prfbbmg2evu