CSS and the Web

I keep trying to learn CSS, but unlike HTML, which you could pick up, tweak, and look at to see what happened, CSS isn’t as easy to learn. I am bound and determened to learn it, but I seem to be watching it from the outside. But I take solice in knowing I’m not the only one. In fact, I read on some graphic website the other day, sorry, forgot it after I read it because it was so lame, that *gasp* tables were the way to go. That, my gosh, if you wanted to put up a website, you should do so using tables. Wow, what’s next, telling us about sliced bread.

Well, no, tables are not the way to go. The way to go is CSS, and it’s silly and a little annoying that the layout programs, such as Dreamweaver, have not come up with a version that supports it for layout.

And now I read in the lastest issue of A List Apart, that even slcing and dicing graphics will go the way of the dodo. The article “CSS SPrites: Image Slicing’s Kiss of Death” discusses all the new things we will have to learn.

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