I consider myself someone who will use a table if a table is called for,
but generally I try to avoid them.
Right now I'm having a stinker of a time trying to find a non-table way to
do what I want to do.
I'm trying to create a site-map, which will list the <title> of the page,
the URL, and the "Last Modified" and display them across a line, like
Name Address Date
Home http://www.tntluoma.com 2002/06/21
Ethan /ethan/ 2002/06/23
Sidebars /sidebars/ 2002/06/20
Why I like Netscape4 /netscape4/ 1997/11/01
You get the idea.
Anyway, in the world of tables, I would make the "Name" one column
(left-justified), "Address" another column (centered), and "Date" another
column (right justified).
So, should I make this a properly marked up table, or is there a clean CSS
way to do it?
Timothy J. Luoma [EMAIL-REMOVED] http://www.tntluoma.com
3 Steps to getting a better answer on CSS-D (imo):
What's the URL / URI? (put up temp copy if possible)
Does the CSS/HTML validate? How does it look in Mozilla?