> I think bottom line is that CSS is not really at the stage where it can be
> used for page layout for complex layouts (not that mine is that complex -
> but still haven't seen a solution that can work here).
You might be right, and I must say that by standing your ground and
using a hybrid CSS/Table layout with properly named IDs and classes
(my favourite is <div class="block block-block" id="block-block-1">, I
like Ian Dury) you have created a layout that is sure to give me hours
of fun exploring the site:
That whole CSS Malarkey seems to be the same swindlle as being a
superstar. The other day I spent hours making my hair cool with a lot
of spray, taking some drugs and wearing my leather jacket and shades.
I still had to pay entrance to the club and was neither approached by
sponsors or jumped by love crazed groupies. Clearly it is not worth
the effort to learn an instrument, take singing lessons or write some
As all users are idiots who don't know what is good for them the only
good web design is creating GIFs of all the pages and covering them
with image maps. Good authoring tools do that automatically for you.
True, there is the search engine problem but I heard adding lots of
keywords in meta tags, titles and the file name works around that
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