Just read, "Designing Without Tables Using CSS" by Dan Shafer. Great book, but I have a page that consist of 5 colums and 10 rows. I've tried to figure out how I can display the information WITHOUT tables and can't seem to come up with the solution. Any ideas?
Can we see the page?
If it's data that should be in a table, then stick with it. If it's purely being used for presentational purposes, then we'll try to find a way around it.
Having said that, it can sometimes be easier (x-browser) to just use a table, if it's that big!
I'm inside a gov. facility, which will not allow anyone through the firewall. The table info is Name, Phone, Location, Building, Manager. I guess it's easier to display this in a table.
Yeah that does sound like data that should come in a table.