Not been here awhile. However, I do know that sitepoint is busy as ever.
Have a look here.
Currently you can see the table on the left, just so you can see what’s going on. I will eventually move the table using position:absolute some 1000px or so to the left so it’s not seen.
I will then position the content of some cells showing just the necessary data to the user (as in the above page). You see that the divs overlap, which is way I want the user to see it, and I will be animating the divs using jQuery, swopping data and moving them to center and back, and vice versa.
If some users do not have CSS switched on they will see the table in any case.
My question is, is this allowed? Am I contravening any “laws” here?
If I’m not clear and you are intrigued enough to bother, ask away!
Correction: if the user has styles switched off then I will need to serve an html table, if possible, otherwise they will just see a jumble of data. But that’s not the issue…