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Re: Text Alignment
The thing is, CSS can be linked to a page. You can switch stylesheets very
easily. So, if browser X has problems with some styles, you can make sure
that browser X gets a slightly different CSS file. You can have as many CSS
documents as you like. Now to do this in pure HTML (tables) you would need
to have a different page for each browser that had rendering problems.
Imagine having to change the layout of 50 pages if a client decided they
wanted a block of text moving, or all the text a different colour. What
would be easier; modify one or two CSS files, or edit all 50 pages?
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
February 22, 2004, 1:10 pm
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