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designing a webshop without a table

Thread began 10/12/2009 10:11 pm by ssemere321379 | Last modified 10/16/2009 3:17 pm by ssemere321379 | 1353 views | 5 replies


designing a webshop without a table

Hi, I've designed a website using only CSS, without a table. Now comes the second part binding dynamic data using eCart. Since I've used DIVs with out table cells, I am wondering if it is time consuming to bind dynamic data in DIVs. Do you think I should I stick with table cells? As an example a customer buys product A. Then I want the customer to see what others have bought and what the customer have viewed lately. Now my question is where do I place the dynamic data since I am using DIVs instead of Cells?
what happens with those static DIVs I have designed? how can I make them invisible and replace them with dynamic data?

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