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As a front-end developer, Michael has a love-hate relationship with tables. On the one hand, tables offer a near-perfect way to display tabular data. On the other, some developers abuse tables as a layout mechanism for almost anything. Michael has frequently seen a developer (often a back-end or middleware developer pressed into doing front-end work) use nested tables just to move content a few pixels. To someone who knows what it should be, seeing that kind of thing is hugely frustrating. We’re sure many readers feel the same way.

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Bryant, J., Jones, M. (2012). Table Control. In: Pro HTML5 Performance. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-4525-4_16

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