Just a quick note on the comment below asking if complex sites can be
accomplished w/o tables. Check out www.cingular.com for a great example.
Cingular Wireless's new site (less than a year) is table-less. While is
may not be as vast as a homedepot.com or similar, it's public & member
sections probably put the site in the 100 page(s) range.
[EMAIL-REMOVED]] On Behalf Of Eric A. Meyer
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 8:22 PM
Subject: Re: [css-d] None
At 17:06 -0700 9/17/03, Frank Vollono wrote:
>Oops, looks like I spoke too soon. I'm still having problems with
>the text along the right side of the image flowing under the image
>on the left. It looked like a good solution until I added more copy
>and it flowed underneath the image, thus pushing the submit button
>even further down. This isn't acceptable so I'll have to play with
>is some more or just used tables for layout and style with CSS. I
>love CSS but I'm wondering if it can work for a complicated
>e-commerce site such as: homedepot.com or bestbuy.com.
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