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    and then you wouldn't have to blindly speculate that tables are slower
    My point exactly - How can you say css is slower if you can't code properly with it.

    Would you like me to show you how to code in css so that you don't blindly speculate and can have a point of reference

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    Yes, I think that was called for.

    I have heard over and over again from Paul O'B's own mouth: "CSS design is easier than table design by the way I don't know how to do table design".

    Have I misunderstood some statements? If so, I totally apologize. I'm not rendering an opinion about Paul's skills, I'm interpreting the words coming out of his mouth.

    Also, that was not an empty taunt, I used to do table-based designs all the time and I am prepared to spend as much time as I can to add depth to the tables v. css debate.

    I can understand why someone who is good with CSS would not want to learn table-based design, it is a step backwards in my mind. However, that does limit one's ability to criticize table-based design.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul O'B
    My point exactly - How can you say css is slower if you can't code properly with it.

    Would you like me to show you how to code in css so that you don't blindly speculate and can have a point of reference
    I don't think I've ever said that coding with CSS is slower.
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    Whoa, let me just put on the brakes and apologize. I think my blood sugar is a bit too low and I'm not thinking at my best.

    I shouldn't be catty to anyone here, especially someone who helps as many people as Paul. Sorry!
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    Sorry I don't wish to enter into arguments as I'm only here to help

    I shall find another thread where people want my help

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    Quote Originally Posted by zjcboy
    the best idea is to mix them up -- using both tables and CSS whenever it's worth doing so.
    That's exactly what I've been doing for months now, and I'm very happy with it.
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    hi all out there, ie7, great, isn't it?

    i have read some replies, anda discutions... , finally i think its the easiest and most comfortable way to user both, css and tables. css to build the layout and tables to view data in the layoutcontainers. sure, we can use div elements or others to help handling with tablecontents.

    i am confused searching hacks for nearly every css-class i've written.
    so i found a very very usefull package on the internet, that was coded with a new idea to resolve css-parsing-problems by IE < 6.

    my english isn't very well, but i think you'will understand what i meant.

    so here is the link to the helpful package called IE7:
    http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/


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