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Avoiding table less (Div based) HTML pages from CSS dependencies.

From: Shivananda M.K. <Shivananda_221742@infosys.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2009 11:12:07 +0530
To: "'public-html@w3.org'" <public-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <C380BCB57F39934F88DA715E4112AE6D0901D82B9E@BLRKECMBX02.ad.infosys.com>
Hi,

I would like to how to avoid the CSS dependencies in the table less (Div based) HTML pages and retain the HTML layout.

For example:
I have created a HTML screen without table (Div based).  Some times user may change the css to use his own css settings in the browser.
In that situation if the css file is not available the layout will collapse. But in table structure even if the css file not available the structure will be retained  to the readable format. So that user can identify the literal and corresponding form element (Ex: First name followed by Text box).

But if the css file is not available in the table less screen, the whole page structure collapses and the user will not be able to identify the literals and corresponding form elements.

Is it possible to retain the page structure in the readable format even after removing the CSS file like the table structure?

Can some one please help me  in this issue?

Thanks in advance

Shivananda.M.K.


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