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Old 10-16-2006, 12:10 PM   #4
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After you spend a long time wrapping your head around it, it does work, and it breaks you free of the constraints of tables. Hard to believe but html is slipping into history.
I was lucky — when I started learning how to make web pages, I had lots of trouble with tables and avoided them, even though they were the way to do things at that time. So CSS came as a welcome relief. For me — I know it is hard for those who are used to tables to get into the CSS mind-frame.

Odd — now that I rarely need them, I have no problems making HTML tables. Go figure.

   
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