henry0 - 11:48 am on Jan 31, 2007 (gmt 0) Before having someone taking care of our CSS needs. I wanted first to be sure that I had a sufficient CSS knowledge.
I decided less than a year ago that it was time to shift to CSS,
I was too a table-oholic; in my mind CSS allows for more elegance than table on another hand there are no needs to make tabular data pure CSS (reports, numbers, stats etc…)
I can myself now deliver some decent CSS page
However what we did was to hire a CSS coder
So my model is as follow, my partner design/illustrate/color etc…, I do the “mechanics” and the third person renders the design in workable CSS format where I just have to plug in my scripts.
Best way to acquire a basic knowledge consists in starting with a simple “2cols” design and from there develop and develop, actually many CSS books apply that approach, start little and keep adding…
Before having someone taking care of our CSS needs. I wanted first to be sure that I had a sufficient CSS knowledge.