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[css-d] CSS- What happened to design

Sent by Al Sparber on 25 January 2002 19:07


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From: "Eric A. Meyer" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
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Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 6:11 PM
Subject: Re: [css-d] What happened to design?


> At 17:20 -0500 1/25/02, Eric Meyer wrote lots of stuff:
>     I really do think there's a certain degree of trepidation when one
> starts with CSS positioning.  The legacy browser bugs are formidable;
> heck, the modern browser bugs are nothing to take lightly.  Take Al's
> question about IE5/Mac making positioned elements wider than they

well said, Eric.

I think this list is cool beans for folks wanting to learn to do it right...
to varying degrees. A great topic would be:

I would love to make a modern css-driven site, but this particular project
is for a client who sells hearing aids in Sun City, Arizona. What should I
do and how far can I go?

As would a topic pertinent to designers who have a project whose financial
viability is not tied to v4 browsers.

And, of course, that learning CSS has nothing to do with ditching tables.

Al Sparber- PVII
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