[Seaside] Center Site without Table
dirkdirk at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 15:08:14 UTC 2007
Thanks very much for you comments, advice and link - I had been coming to
the same conclusion myself but all my friends with a lot more experience
than me kept ensuring me that tables = bad practise.
On 8/28/07, Sebastian Sastre <ssastre at seaswork.com> wrote:
> Hi Dirk,
> I do this with tables. I've made a Layout object that makes that for
> any component you configure transparently. I do use tables for basic layout
> because of cross browser compatibility with simplicity. By the way tables
> are born to layout. Decoupling that from the app is a story you can solve in
> you app design (keeping presentation decoupled from model at seaside
> components level)
> I'm not a fan of tableless styling. Css is vey good for lot of things.
> It really would be better if it have arrived ten years earlier. You simply
> can't do all (style) with css painlessly. Anyway for a tableless solution
> like you want take a look at:
> I was needing a more general solution for basic layouting. After about
> 4-6 hours of pain implementing my layouter object tableless sucessfully I
> found that this approach let me with the visual view that I needed but (for
> the same price) it gave me the left column deaf to mouse events. What a deal
> So before ended that day I've reimplemented the layouter painlessly
> with tables in about an hour and the page I needed in about the next 5 min.
> It works without hacks, result guaranteed, in all browsers.
> FYI W3C is working to make a standard of tables in CSS (because they
> born to layout) which will be great because I think they will standard it in
> a pretty elegant solution that, off course, todays no browser vendor
> interprets the same way if they are paying attention to it at all. That was
> what convinced me to forget forcing me to stylize tableless todays.
> Sebastian Sastre
> *De:* seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org [mailto:
> seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] *En nombre de *dirk newbold
> *Enviado el:* Martes, 28 de Agosto de 2007 07:22
> *Para:* Seaside - general discussion
> *Asunto:* [Seaside] Center Site without Table
> I'm trying to center all the pages of my site, I've had no luck with the
> style sheets and the only way I've been able to achieve it is to place the
> holding div block inside a table as per the following:
> html table align: 'center'; with: [ html tableRow: [ html tableData: [
> html div id: 'holding'; with: [ ]]]]
> I'm guessing that this can't be best practise and I was wondering if
> anyone could set me straight.
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