Big 'tool user' John expounded:
> 'Dark side' my fat fanny! Tables are a perfectly
> legitimate tool, and I thank ghod they're avalible
> should I ever need to have equal height cols in a
> dynamic page. If tables did not exist, they would
> have to be invented!
Tables are dead, long live the tables! ;-)
Seriously, though. I am neither a CSS nor web standards guru, but from
and poking around, I've been under the impression that tables are
intended for the display of data that is logically related through the
and rows. I thought one of the main benefits behind CSS was to assure
design was separate and distint from the logical structure of content?
Hey, if tables are good enough for Big John, they're certainly good enough
but could somebody please set me straight on the concept?
(Just pluggin' away and trying to learn a thing or two along the way...)
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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