• 200630 Nov

    The difficulty many developers face when they start moving to table-less sites is getting the layout to work. Floats and positioning are easy enough for basic layouts, but start to become incredibly complex when moving to a more advanced level. When the push to move to pure CSS layouts became intense, the problem was – and is – that tables are still a lot more convenient in many cases, and there is sometimes no decent alternative without contorting yourself; you can’t even use the display: table family, as there’s no support in IE.

    An interesting potential solution is in the CSS3 Advanced Layout module.

  • 200623 Jun

    Hello one and all, I’m Nicholas Shanks and have been helping out behind the scenes. My role is to build up the corpus of basic information about CSS Level 3 and how it has been developed, the W3C and WHATWG, and how everything in CSS3 came to be there.

    To this end my first page has now gone live, detailing the current progress of each and every CSS 3 module through the vetting process. It allows you to see at a glance which modules are considered more complete. I hope you find it useful!

    [tags]css level 3 modules, css3 modules, w3c, whatwg[/tags]

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