November 29th, 1999, 04:06 AM
If I have a complex structure with nested tables, with the sole purpose of positioning radio buttons and other form objects, can I instead use CSS positioning to get the positions right?
Any good sources on-line for using CSSP?
I know these ol' tables are not good for people using text-to-speech browsers and they also are really slow for Netscape to parse before display. That's why I want them replaced.
November 30th, 1999, 11:58 PM
December 1st, 1999, 10:14 AM
you may also try here:
December 1st, 1999, 05:27 PM
Thanks for your tips. I managed to learn quite a lot. However, it seems like the browsers do not interpret html the same way. Why am I not surprised.
If you've got the time, please have a look at
to understand my described problem:
I now have a "clear:both" box containing two inline boxes, the second relatively positioned 10px left, 0px height. This makes a nice looking table-substitute in IE5. BUT of course not in Netscape.
Can I fix this or is it impossible, just wait for everyone to install IE5+NS5, til then use tables?
[This message has been edited by xntrik (edited 12-01-99).]