Has anyone else read Chris Casciano's article on the cookie cutter
approach that many are taking to CSS?
He argues that even though major browsers have become more standards
compliant, most designers aren't exploiting the new found power.
Instead many are making simple derivatives of templates from glish,
bluerobot and the like. Zeldman mentioned this article a while back and
noted that Eric is doing some really cool stuff with CSS at CSS/Edge:
Is anyone else using CSS like this? Will strong use of CSS bring about
a new standard of design? I'm interested in hearing other thoughts.
>>> Louis Brothers [EMAIL-REMOVED]> 01/25/02 03:31PM >>>
On Friday, January 25, 2002, at 03:09 PM, aardvark wrote:
>> From: "Eric A. Meyer" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
>>> But in NS6 I get breaks after my images. This
>>> doesn't happen in any other browser. But once I take out the
>>> XHTML/Transitional DOCTYPE.. it works in NS6. Put back the DOCTYPE
>>> and it's broken again.
>> Yes, there's a reason. Would you believe it has to do with the
>> layout of text lines? Look for an article announcement later
> or is it related to quirks/strict modes?
> Does Netscape 6 Break Your Table Layouts?
This may also be a problem of the gecko engine paying attention to
"some" white space but not all. There have been notable problems with
buttons and extra white-space. Its in Bugzilla, so maybe we'll see
action on this.
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