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there is no need to think about them in the same vein..why would a "stack" of divs take longer to render than a table? The div in the middle will render then the one outside that will render then the one outside that will render then the one outside will render....etc
have you anything on your page yet?
a table is entirely different not one bit of that will render until the whole outer thing has been built! (never mind the nests! (or walls))
Much cleaner code when working with <div>s and css. Alot easier to manage too!
P.S. Instead of stacking <div>s, you organize them. ;)
I'm very interested to learn more on how to use <div>, but I'm concerned about browser compatibility. Anyone know what I need to worry about there?
This Link explains the solution [catcode.com]
then you would still need to give each of you tables, within the stack, the centered class
Note: what you describe will work in IE but not others so be sure and view the page link in another browser so you see the problem
<added> forget to say wrapping all the tables in one div shouldn't cause any problems if they're all to be centered</added>