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    1. Can anyone brief me about CSS-driven design's or sites? Would be thankful if you give me some example of that sort of sites?

    2. Universally now? what goes more? The <div> OR <table>
    I mean to ask what is more accepted universally? Would be happy if anyone can input their plus & minus using any of the tags? What are the limitations?

    Thanks in advance )

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    1. see www.glitch.com/css/ or check out www.9rules.com/cssvault/ for a $hitload or examples

    2. have a look at this very well-written blog by Vinnie Garcia

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    Technically, site should be using all CSS rather than relying on tables. However, not only is it murder to implement, it's near-impossible for old browser support.
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    it's near-impossible for old browser support.
    not near impossible... it is. N4 does not support CSS :dead:

    for the rest... it depends what you audience is. i mean... who is still using N4 :alien:
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    could you not use an import statement to hide css with layout code from netscape 4 and create a similar layout with tables for the ns4 users? I'm too, am deciding whether or not to go all CSS, which appears to be the way of the future, or to stick with the tried an true html "presentation hacks".
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    Originally posted by karinne
    not near impossible... it is. N4 does not support CSS :dead:

    for the rest... it depends what you audience is. i mean... who is still using N4 :alien:
    They may not be the wisest people, but I myself have printed out a 42-page list of Netscape 4 CSS bugs. Most of the bug descriptions were along the lines of "Netscape completely screws up the rendering."

    Given that Netscape 4 is now very old, I do not even develop for it anymore. I only test in IE and Firebird (and Safari if I'm on a Mac). If my code is XHTMl-compliant, it's the browser's fault.
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    If my code is XHTMl-compliant, it's the browser's fault.
    Sooo.... if your code is compliant, it's the browser's fault???
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    Thank you all,

    I would like, some more help from you! Can you please suggest me how do i learn the basics of Designing Professional CSS Web Pages. Any online TUTORIALS? or any specific book available in the market?

    Thanks in advance

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    More specifically W3Schools has a wide selection of complete language tutorials, including CSS.


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