Re: [NH] Are there any CSS templates that I could use, instead of HTML Tables?
- Paul Nelson wrote:
> I just finished reading a good book on the subject, by a fellow who's apparently considered one of the leading thinkers in the field--and among other things, the idea is to use CSS as much as possible instead of tables as the way to design pages.Lotta's site was good. Eric Meyer is very good as well.
> The book is "Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition", by Eric Meyer, and I was able to find a used copy (via www.addall.com) for not much. Very interesting, and fairly easy to understand!
> -- Paul
I was just looking up Eric Meyer, because I have used his stuff before.
Here is a good what not to from Eric himself:
check out upcoming events (very current)
compare to current news (last updated in August 2004 ... and that isn't
current at all). So has the site been ignored or abandoned?
I think the answer is ignored.
If you go over to his main pages you can dial in his wonder css examples:
and his tools:
If you look around more you can find examples that are to accompany his
books on various sites.
check out some of the stuff you find via google:
and go to the grand daddy of all css design! Feel the Zen:
click around on the various renditions of that page, find one you like
and use the layout -- just not the images etc. (read the terms and
And the grand son:
There is tons out there.