A CSS Framework

A CSS Framework is an effort to create a framework for XHTML pages such that it conforms to being styled into layouts commonly found on the web.

If you page conforms to the framework (a misuse in terms, imho), then it will be easy to apply many different style sheets. In other words, write your XHTML in a certain way, and you get the flexibility to use many different layouts.

There's even a CSS Framework Stylesheet Design Contest going on.
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