Sent by Earl Cooley on 26 July 2002 10:10
Tim Parkin wrote:
> Re: previous post by myself
> >Try going to csschallenge.com and build that using css..
> The csschallenge.com domain is intended as a balanced view of css-layout
> vs table layout. Unfortunately I'm pretty busy and this example can't
> stay up for more than a day or two due to IPR restrictions.
I used to work for a company where we were encouraged to interrupt
someone who used unexplained jargon or acronyms. So, does IPR refer
to Inprocess Review, Inprogress Review, Intellectual Property Rights,
Impulse Response, Inches Per Rotation, Individual Pay Record, Infinitely
Precise Rounding, Inflow Performance Relationship, Information and
Problem Reports, Initial Program Review, In-Process Report, Inside
Plant Repeater, Institute for Police Research, Inc., Institute of
Public Relations, Integrated Process Review, Intelligence Production
Requirement, Interdepartmental Procurement Request, Interdepartmental
Purchase Request, Interim Program Review, Intermediate Priority Range,
Internal Program Review, Inter-Protocol, or Item Performance Report?
e=sc^ [EMAIL-REMOVED]) Earl Cooley III