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June 23, 2005, 12:56 am
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I put together a website located at http://www.c3online.org . I had 2.5
weeks to get it done so I threw it together using tables for the layout.
I'm not a fan of using tables but didn't have time to research a CSS
alternative. There are a few things I still need to work out for it to
validate but my question is, do you think it is worth my time to convert
this site to a CSS layout using DIVs instead?
Re: Used a table layout, prefer a layout using CSS
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Jerry wrote:
The use of tables is not obvious with Lynx (sometimes you can really
tell that tables are (ab)used) so I can't see any problem with using
them right now on your site.
I did spot *one* error on one of your pages. Numeric character
entities are, according to the standards, supposed to be Unicode
characters and not Windows characters. The entities € to Ÿ
are all control characters by definition. One of the pages on that
site uses one of those invalid Windows entities instead of the correct
:  Recreation
: *  Yahoo Guide
: *  Outdoor Activities
: *  Wi•Fi Free Spot
: Community Education
The Windows CP1252 character 149 is a bullet ("•") and is
the equivalent of the Unicode character (hex) 2022 ("•")
or decimal 8226 ("•").
Can you Change: N O V A Halifax to N O V A Halifax *
* S C O T I A . S C O T I A .
in 34 moves? (*==Lobster) http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/~af380/JSNSPuz.html
(Requires a browser supporting the W3C DOM such as Firefox or IE ver 6)
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