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Replacing tables with CSS

Thread began 12/09/2009 6:12 pm by Art | Last modified 12/11/2009 8:19 pm by Art | 1734 views | 7 replies


Replacing tables with CSS

I'm pretty comfortable using CSS. I learned to use CSS before purchasing CSS Sculpture.

That said, I have not used Sculptor that much.

The one general area I have problems with, when using CSS, is when I need a box to hold graphics.

I'm finding that it just takes too long to design a set of boxes in CSS that perfectly match the parameters that I need to hold the graphics. With tables, doing something like this took seconds; with CSS, although I understand the value of not using tables, they do allow for quick formatting.

I'm wondering if there's a way to use Sculptor to build boxes inside the site containers? Are there other strategies that people are using here?

On a side note, I've been playing with Adobe Fireworks CS4. It builds "boxes" and allows you to export that to css and html. I will need to get back to you on whether or not it works very well for this purpose.

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