CSS positioning

by "Lady Wistfulee" <wistfulee(at)millenicom.com>

 Date:  Thu, 18 May 2000 15:43:25 -1000
 To:  <hwg-techniques(at)mail.hwg.org>
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A couple of days ago, I read an article that promoted CSS & CSS positioning
in particular--mentioning capabilities of layout without going into detail
on how to actually accomplish it.  When I took my first HTML course, the
only way I was taught to layout a page was via tables, but this author takes
the position that tables will soon be a thing of the past. (A couple of
comments in an earlier post about my use of tables bought this idea to mind
<S>) Can anyone direct me to a tutorial on CSS-positioning so I can
"dispense" with tables as he espouses, or is his view way too premature?
Would using CSS positioning involve the use of divs positioned on the page
according to pixel-width of a page (i.e. a section defined for the top left
corner & another for the top right, instead of having cells do that for
you), & if so, does it allow for any type of fluidity with different screen

TIA very much,
Lady Wistfulee

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