- A rant: you know why people still use tables? Because it's frickin impossible to make things
look the same way with CSS.
For example: right now I am working on a new site. I want all of my content to appear inside
this very cool victorian looking frame I spent 15 hours slicing. There's a top, right, left, and
bottom border, as well as 4 corner images.
I've tried every possible way imaginable to do this with css, and it just ain't working. My
content flows outside the frame and overlaps it:
If I used a table, I could simply make it 3 rows, and 3 columns, specify the height and width
to be 100%, and drop my content in the center cell.
Does anyone have an idea as to how it's possible to do this with CSS? I really don't want to
have to mess up my beautiful code with tables, but I'm getting pretty irritated.
- The most popular ispossibly Mailman.
Dean Hamack wrote:
> Hi folks,
> It's been a while since I've installed a mailing list program for a client,
> so I thought I would see if anyone has any recommendations.