css media types specification

Subject: css media types specification
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Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2012 18:10:09 +0100

Readers,

The css2.1 specification is being studied, to write a ebook in epub
format. The specification states that there are two methods to specify
media dependencies. Can anyone suggest when it is most appropriate to
use either the '@import/media' or html attribute 'media' within the
element 'link'?

Thanks in advance.

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