What will the support of IE be for this new property? It seems that all the standards-supported browsers such as safari, firefox, and opera are following suit. But when will we see IE being better supported by CSS? Posted to
" A brief introduction to Opacity and RGBA " by
Jake RutterJune 14th, 2006
In 2015, Im sure there will be a better way to layout 4 boxes than to use a list item, which is meant for a list. We have adapted so much of the css language to meet our needs, and its funny how people shun tables as being good for tabular data but horrible for layout. I agree that tables bloat code, but lists for layout? Its a hack that works for now, but I would hope in the future there is a tag or something more like tables that works in css like and perhaps.
Thats just my take on the future of css. Why find different ways to adapt current tags, when we should be researching ways to create new tags to fit our coding needs. Am I wrong? Does anyone agree? Posted to
" How we'll lay out websites in 2016 " by
Jake RutterDecember 12th, 2006