webprutser - 10:28 am on May 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
Interesting question, abhishekmishra.
I am on the eve of maybe changing a website to tableless lay-out.
Maybe, because I still have some doubts about its advantages.
I don't give anything for the fact that tables were used to make tables and not for making lay-out. If it works, it works. There are plenty of things in life that are used for more purposes then what they were originally intended for.
What I'm looking for are additional arguments and reading a bit about tableless design told me that screenreaders, braille devices, mobiles, but also search engines have fewer problems with tableless design. If this is true, that could motivate me to make changes.
I'm hoping on some input on this question since I'm interested in opinions on this subject.