A Tale of Two Tables

“Separation of content from presentation, blah blah. We’re yelling about it more than ever these days, thanks to folks like the Web Standards Project and t

“Separation of content from presentation, blah blah. We’re yelling about it more than ever these days, thanks to folks like the Web Standards Project and the hope that the world will soon be filled with small, fast, beautiful web browsers that let you do anything with data from the web, anywhere. In the crusade for this holy chalice, there has, as with all crusades, been declared a common enemy, or a witch to hunt, if you will. The unholy enemy? Using <table> elements as the layout grid for complex web designs.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE