On Sunday, January 12, 2003, at 02:37 PM, Dawn wrote:
> Okay, I really want to learn this tableless CSS thing, but there seems
> like there are so many bugs - pc vs. mac, Netscape 4.7, Netscape vs.
> IE - can I ask - how can you possibly learn to get around all this bugs?
> This is so frustrating.
First learn the rules, then start worrying about the exceptions. This
means picking up a Gecko-based browser or Opera for your first halting
steps. Once you've started to get the hang of the way the rules work,
the way ids and classes interact, and techniques for applying basic
styles to a page, then grab another browser and see what's different.
Learn the hacks and workarounds for it, then pick up the next one.
It only looks hard when you view it as One Large Mountain. If you
approach it as a series of smaller climbs, it'll appear far less
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