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CSS Culture: Laying it all out (29 Jul 2005)
Somehow in the last couple years, everyone seems to have decided that TABLES are no good. Despite the fact that they’ve been around forever and provide a stable way to implement a layout for all browsers, they have somehow fallen out of favor. The reason? The culture of CSS.

The culture of CSS is strong these days, and it’s composed of a variety of voices from the web community. There are those who praise CSS for its philosophical purity. After all, it is the realization of that promised separation of form and content. Finally, content has been set free to flow to any device, and be seen in dozens of ways the designers never intended.
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