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Re: [css-d] An Outsider's View

Sent by Al Sparber on 29 January 2002 17:05


I think that is a very sobering and a very valid approach. This list will
still prove invaluable as CSS can and should be used to manage even a
table-based design. Bravo for coming out!

Al Sparber- PVII
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Davidson" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 5:17 PM
Subject: [css-d] An Outsider's View


> Hello. This appears to be a uniquely thoughtful list. I thought I might
> provide a non-developers view (although hesitantly). Consider me one of
> those decision makers that makes all of you pull your hair out.
>
> Our company, during a recent platform switch for our private website,
> attempted the cookie-cutter, 3 column layout in CSS. After 2 weeks of
> banging our heads against the wall to get Mac IE to match Windows IE (The
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