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Most Web sites are designed with HTML tables, which can be an arduous task. Making sites that are accessible and standards-compliant requires a separation of markup and content, and CSS is the best way to accomplish this. This Web page by Rogelio Vizcaino Lizaola and Andy King offers a step-by-step CSS layout tutorial on how to create WebReference table-like layouts (that behave well with small window sizes and large fonts), while avoiding some of the bugs and problems discovered in other implementations. Target browsers include all of the generation five and greater browsers on both Windows and Macintosh platforms.
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Date Issued c2002
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Date of Scout Publication 2002-02-01
Archived Scout Publication URL /report/sr/2002/scout-020201-nettools.html#1

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