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XHTML tables vs. CSS layouts

Discussion in 'Graphics and Design' started by dingbat, Jun 9, 2008.

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  1. dingbat

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    I would like to know some opinions on the comparison of using XHTML tables vs. CSS driven layouts. Which do you prefer?

    Being new to this, I'm glad I learned how to do it through CSS external style sheet first, and hope to stay away from XHTML tables except when they're being used for what they are actually designed for, presenting data. When I view the source of 95% of the websites they are made of XHTML tables.
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    Use liquid layouts with CSS, not tables for layout. You're right about tables, use them for presenting information/data. Go the whole way and use XHTML strict too.
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    Thanks for the advice Alan.
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