On 10/25/06, apathetic <apatheticgenius at gmail.com> wrote: > Using tables for part of a layout isn't the end of the world. You could > implement it the easy way now, and set yourself the challenge of > improving the HTML/CSS later. Doing this would be a poor business decision. It would be difficult to justify this extra time to the client, especially if they are seeing absolutely no change in the design. Even if you convince them in the value of standards compliance and non-table layouts and everything else, and they're with you 100%, there's still a psychological impact of paying $x and seeing absolutely no change in the product. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.