Next some development patterns. First create regular html-only pages: for accessibility and cross-browser reasons. Afterwards, you bind events to the html using css 3 selections.
KSS has three "command sets", of which the client side only knows one: kss.core. The core knows about removing/adding html, popping up a message box, etc. The other two sets, one for zope and one for plone, are convenience sets. reloadPortletsByInterface() for instance.
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