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Tables and Lists

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Something that often seems to confuse people who are new to CSS-based layouts is the use of tables. To date, most website designers have abandoned the use of tables as a tool for creating page layouts and have returned websites to playing the role for which they were designed: to present information clearly and efficiently. The result is much cleaner HTML, enabling the separation of document content from document presentation.

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  • Rounded Corner
  • Child Element
  • Zebra Striping
  • Navigation Menu
  • Responsive Design

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© 2012 Marco Casario

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Casario, M. et al. (2012). Tables and Lists . In: CSS3 Solutions. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-4336-6_5

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