Content (media)  

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It would be hard to find any reputable literary critic today who would care to be caught defending as an idea the old antithesis of style versus content. On this issue a pious consensus prevails. Everyone is quick to avow that style and content are indissoluble, that the strongly individual style of each important writer is an organic aspect of his work and never something merely "decorative." --"On Style" (1966) - Susan Sontag

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Online, content is generally referred to as the elements on a web page. This could include text, graphics, clip art, photos, videos, podcasts, wav files, hyperlinks, code or any value-added substance that a visitor to the web page would benefit from. The phrase "content is king" on the Internet has come to mean that the elements on a web page that exists in cyberspace are more important than the design of the web page. It is generally believed by Internet marketers that text and graphics benefit website visitors more than anything else.

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