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Brian of Influx media
Curtis? your takes on the practices in here "The Zen of CSS Design : Visual Enlightenment for the Web"
on Apr 14, 2005 at 1:43:25 pm

Hello,

I am curious on your take of CSS2 and CSS-P design on websites. I have personally been interested in this for awhile, but have not turned any projects into complete CSS over my table based designs (the good old design in photoshop, slice it, insert into dreamweaver, etc..). Have you had much experience with this yet?

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Curtis Thompson
Re: Curtis? your takes on the practices in here "The Zen of CSS Design : Visual Enlightenment for the Web"
on Apr 16, 2005 at 2:23:48 am

hello...

sorry! i'm slow to respond... :-/

i still use tables as well - i think css positioning is pretty nice and it's a cool idea, but tables just aren't really broke for me...i can do very complex layouts with them, and i don't necessarily buy into the time it takes to get something positioned with cssp - plus from what i've seen, it can be a bit bug prone, whereas tables are pretty consistent across all platforms...

css2 is nice - i don't use it very much, either...what's odd is that it's been in standards for a few years now but it's really not being used too much - there are a few cool css tips and tricks sites out there (your subject item included) that have some really neat stuff in them, though...

how about you?

sitruc


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Brian of Influx media
Re: Curtis? your takes on the practices in here "The Zen of CSS Design : Visual Enlightenment for the Web"
on Apr 19, 2005 at 2:43:43 am

Hi Curtis,

Sorry about my slow response.. lol. There's alot going on right now, new vegas upgrade, new photoshop cs2, adobe BUYING macromedia, and panasonic introducing there very large brother to the dvx100 camera; the hvx-200(wow... i want it).

anyway, to answer your question. I have been attempting to use div tags via dreamweaver for a few years now and I have created some dull sites with them, but I actually agree with you at this point that its much easier to design my site in photoshop, slice it, import it into dreamweaver and work from there with the tables. I like CSS-P and everything else to do with CSS, but I can't seem to go 100% tableless right now. ;)

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