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03-31-2005, 10:31 AM
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It's worth bearing in mind that 99.9% of the web still uses these old methods.

That's true, and it's well past time that changed.

CSS-driven, semantically-perfect, gracefully-degrading websites are rarer than hen's teeth.

Which is exactly why we[1] need to encourage better design whenever possible. We'll never convert the web in its entirety, unfortunately, every little bit helps. The more people we can influence, the better. The network effect will take care of the rest.

[1] "We", in this case, meaning those of us who are interested in, and concerned about, usability, accessibility, and interoperability.

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03-31-2005, 10:40 AM
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Quote:[1] "We", in this case, meaning those of us who are interested in, and concerned about, usability, accessibility, and interoperability.
That includes me. In fact, I came into web design only a few years ago. XHTML and CSS were already becoming established, so I never learned any of those old-school methods. I'm actually quite fanatical about the separation of content, presentation, and behavior.

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