CSS: A Good Compromise

This is what I’ve been trying unsuccessfully to articulate for some time: “use CSS to the extent it works, but don’t be afraid to use table-minimal design” is really current best practice in Web design. If you have some real need to support several potential devices with one design, then by all means use table-free design: I’m not above doing that myself.

I don’t like that tables work more reliably for major browsers than anything else, but I accept the reality. When Longhorn ships it will be time to re-evaluate. Or if Safari and Firefox combined gain more than 50% market share. O, happy dream…

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