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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 | 1287 views | 5 replies


Hey Ray,
thanks for your reply. I have one more general question:
Since my left sidebar is to show dynamic data of "recently viewed articles", should all the html structures created dynamically except of course the DIV that holds the left sidebar? That is how would a pro like you populate a whole region like sidebar with dynamic data? I am asking this because I know how the sidebar should look like when it is populated with dynamic data.But I am not sure which place holders (HTML elements)are allowed in the static page to accept dynamic data? Are there any restrictions for the eCart with which HTML elements it can be binded? that is should the dynamic data be placed only on table cells and lists or any HTML tag can do?

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