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    I understand that CSS allows you to quickly alter fonts, text sizes, and general layout across several pages linking to it, but what about updating graphical elements within tables. In other words, if I have a new link affiliate who whishes me to use a little icon for his link, is it possible to somehow code this into my CSS and have the link appear in, say, the left hand cell of my overall table directly under previous affiliate icons?

    If it will help answer my question, please view my site at

    http://www.dumbdistraction.com

    and you'll see what I mean. Also, please don't view my clumsy code and make fun of me!

    Thanks!

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    One more thing...

    Is it in any way possible to take a website such as mine using NO CSS at all and convert to a site that does use CSS or would I have to redo the whole thing?

    Thanks again!

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    If you know how many affiliate links you will have at one time, you can just hard code in <div>s with generic id's (eg. affiliate1) with heights, widths, and background-images set in CSS. You couldn't change the link path however, just the image.

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    For your general question, it is not always necessary to rewrite a page's markup to support CSS, but it is often desirable. If you write your markup with CSS in mind, then you can also keep future expansion in mind and just make generally far cleaner designs.
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