Alcoholic cirrhosis occurs mainly in the 40-60-year age group, after at least 10 years of hazardous drinking. Individuals show symptoms and signs of hepatic decompensation such as ascites, ankle oedema, jaundice, bruising, gastrointestinal haemorrhage from oesophageal varices, and confusion or stupor due to hepatic encephalopathy. About 30% of patients are "well compensated" at the time of diagnosis and report nonspecific complaints such as abdominal pain, bowel disturbance, weight loss, and muscle wasting and weakness. Liver cancer is a late complication of cirrhosis in approximately 15% of cases.
A close look at the exported code in the preceding section tells you a lot about how InDesign creates XHTML (see Figure ). Basically, it starts at the top of the layout and works toward the bottom of each page, working from left to right. Frames (text and graphic) are converted to <div> elements, and their entire contents are exported before it deals with the next element. Graphics that are not inserted (inline or anchored) in the text are exported separately and may end up anywhere in the code. If an InDesign document isn’t structured from the beginning to be “Web-aware,” all the CSS in the world won’t be able to help it. On the other hand, a few minutes in InDesign can save you hours of work in Dreamweaver.