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    Question Html,tables Or Html,css?????!!!!!


    Hi everyone,

    just to want to know isnot good that we go back to old html,table ,

    to design a website and not use css,html ?

    because there is a huge problem for browser cross rendering !!!!

    I my self have a problem if I want to design a website using

    CSS,HTML , the website dosenot look good in IXP4...7,9 or

    tablets now adays , any idea or how can I fix there problems

    that website look good in all browsers??


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    A CSS based design is supported by all web browsers. The tables however distort the layout of a site while magnifying or demagnifying the webpages of a site over the internet.
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    thanks for your help


    Originally Posted by brad2
    A CSS based design is supported by all web browsers. The tables however distort the layout of a site while magnifying or demagnifying the webpages of a site over the internet.
    but the form and menus are not looked proper in some browsers ??

    how can we test the rendering of the websites?

    Thanks
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    I also faced this problem when i open my website in other web browsers like IE/firefox/opera, I am using Google Chrome so i made it compatilble to the Google chrome browser. You could set your webpages content, font, menus, images, buttons, tables. DIVs etc compatible to all browsers using CSS only, however browsers have their different settings. I consider chrome as standard one for me. If you consider IE/Opera/Firebox then you have to see which template setting is supported by maximum number of browsers without showing a great difference. If it is showing minor difference then please never mind and go with it.
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    Originally Posted by gladietor20
    but the form and menus are not looked proper in some browsers ??

    how can we test the rendering of the websites?
    Welcome to DevShed Forums, gladietor20.

    You could ask for help in the CSS forum. Please read the forum guidelines first.

    You can use virtual machines on your own computer and/or you can use a service for cross-browser testing:
    http://www.modern.ie/en-us/virtualization-tools
    http://www.browserstack.com/
    http://browsershots.org/
    http://spoon.net/Browsers/
    http://www.crossbrowsertesting.com/
    http://www.browsera.com/
    http://mogotest.com/
    https://saucelabs.com/

    P.S. You should ignore brad2. A lot of what he says is nonsense.

    Edit: I decided I may as well answer your previous questions:
    Originally Posted by gladietor20
    just to want to know isnot good that we go back to old html,table ,

    to design a website and not use css,html ?
    One reason is semantics. Another is that well-written CSS is much more flexible for dealing with the wide array of screen sizes in use today. You've got low-end Android phones that are something like 320x240 up to 1920x1080 (and some even higher resolution) screens on desktops. Responsive design is the current best practice.

    Originally Posted by gladietor20
    the website dosenot look good in IXP4...7,9 or
    What is "IXP"? Perhaps you mean "IE", which is short for "Internet Explorer"? Did you really test in IE4? Why? Supporting anything older than IE6 is a complete waste of resources and many would argue the same for IE6 as well.
    Last edited by Kravvitz; September 2nd, 2013 at 04:48 PM.
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    Originally Posted by gladietor20
    Hi everyone,

    just to want to know isnot good that we go back to old html,table ,

    to design a website and not use css,html?
    Here you can find, which is best, articles discusses pros and cons of both table and div layouts, read it and conclude yourself.
    http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2009/04/08/from-table-hell-to-div-hell/
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    Table designs? *quiver!!!

    If you're design isn't showing the way you think it should in a browser, 9/10 its because it isn't coded out properly. Perhaps you're using a WYSIWYG like dreamweaver or frontpage and it's generating it's usual nasty code.

    Without specific links to test, we can't help you much. Tables should never be used for designs, you will get a much different result with the wide range of resolutions & rendering methods on the market.

    I suggest reading more about CSS and asking specific questions to help you.
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    Nowadays, Div tag is more familiar and having great attributers so try this instead of table tag.
    Last edited by r937; October 7th, 2013 at 05:21 AM.
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    Css


    Tables are really odd now. CSS is best.

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