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Chapter 10. Using Tables > Tables and Frontpage 2003

Tables and Frontpage 2003

Tables are the design cornerstone of the basic page layout process. Their use in HTML allows for page layout capabilities that are compliant to all browser types and more like the page layout capabilities similar to other desktop applications.

Tables are different from other forms of page layout (such as layers) because they don't require x, y positioning or CSS and enable a greater flexibility in implementation. With tables, you can still provide layout elements to your site but let the elements be flexible in relation to the screen size your site is being presented on.


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