3. Be smart to site schemes

When building pages, it's wise to make them scheme-independent. Rather than hardcoding colors or stylistic choices that apply to one scheme, you should use scheme-provided properties and options (e.g., using <?p p?> instead of <p></p>).

This helps make sure that pages are easily extended to other schemes, and helps to avoid the situations where a page looks great in one scheme but terrible in another. (It also means there is no need to cleanup pages that were styled/colored for a certain scheme, when building new schemes.)