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Re: css layout should be symmetrical

From: Vadim Plessky <lucy-ples@mtu-net.ru>
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 18:08:06 +0000
To: "Robert Koberg" <rob@koberg.com>
Cc: <www-style@w3.org>
Message-ID: <auto-000020118187@umail.ru>
On Tuesday 19 February 2002 14:51, Robert Koberg wrote:
|   Hi,
|
|   I have been following this thread with great interest. I want to Believe.
| A few months ago I had took a contract to setup a website. One of my
| responsibilities was to create the XSLT templates for transformation from
| XML to HTML (using CSS too). I am curious how you would handle the
| situation where the design DEMANDs tables to lay out properly. Can you use
| CSS (1, 2 or 3) to lay out this site:
|   http://teenlearningnetwork.com/ - should work in all 4th gen plus
| browsers, cross-platform

4th generation browsers are indeed a problem.
But you still can use CSS in ver.4 browsers!

|
|   There are several things wrong with this site and I argued them to the
|   producers and designers (flash, nested tables, fixed width, etc). They
| make the decisions. I have to follow orders. Do you suggest we should just
| Say No to these things and wait for a job where the designer will design
| things properly?

well, if you do web design for fun - you should Say Goodbuy to htis client.
If you work for money - you need to follow.

I found (personal opinion) that it's better to get money in some business, 
sometimes not related to IT or Web at all, and to re-invest those money in 
your hobby and volunteer work.
I hardly believe that I could buy a car I drive nowdays if I was doing web 
design :-)

|
|   Is this group mostly theoretical?

I would say that www-style is less teoretical than www-dom and more 
teoretical than www-html. 
Everything is *relative* in this world :-)
But indeed primary focus of ww-style ML is to discuss W3C CSS specs, not 
day-to-day design issues. Hopefully we do not ignore those issues and discuss 
them too.

|
|   best,
|   -Rob
|

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