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Re: Tables for layout

From: vivienne trulock <vivienne@ilikecake.net>
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 15:21:11 +0100
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On 11/07/07, Duke Gledhill <d.gledhill@hud.ac.uk> wrote:
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> Hi,
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> This is my first post here, I hope you can all help.
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> I teach web programming at university at we teach the importance of
> accessibility and not using tables for layout etc
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> However I have just had a school visit for the day and while discussing
> this the teacher explained that the EdExcel guidelines promote the use
> of tables for layout. I don't suppose anyone can confirm this? And if it
> is true what are peoples thoughts?
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> Thanks
> Duke
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> "Before doors, the outdoors was just called home"
> Duke Gledhill
> Senior Lecturer - Multimedia
> University of Huddersfield
> 01484 472758
> d.gledhill@hud.ac.uk
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