I think it looks great with styles off. Almost easier to read.
>I have this quandary.
>I'm developing a website for a non-profit organization. It's really important that it be as
disability friendly as possible, so I originally set it up as an all CSS site.
>However, I've gotten some complaints from people on browsers that don't support CSS that it's ugly
and doesn't work well for them.
>I could make it work for them if I used tables for my overall layout (header, menu bar, content,
footer) but then it's not as disability friendly.
>Where is the balance here? How have others dealt with these issues?
>Joelle L. Tegwen
>Department of Curriculum and Instruction
>University of Minnesota
>125 Peik Hall
>159 Pillsbury Dr. S. E.
>Minneapolis, MN 55455
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