On Apr 24, 11:46 pm, BruceS <bruce...@hotmail.com> wrote: > On 04/23/2013 08:48 PM, Graham Cooper wrote:> On Apr 24, 11:51 am, BruceS <bruce...@hotmail.com> wrote: > >> On 04/23/2013 06:00 PM, Graham Cooper wrote: > >> <snip>> CSS does have some advantages for Script distribution where you can > >>> change layout without touching the code, and you could still define > >>> STYLES in one definition instead of repeating throughout the HTML. > > >> <snip> > > >> Can you (Graham), just for clarification's sake, sum up the purpose of CSS? > > > You don't have the mental capacity Bruce to follow the (any) topic. > > > If you do, then put a smiley face in the first picture box. > > <snip silly evasion> > > OK, so the answer is that you don't understand CSS. No problem, there > are plenty of people out there who don't have any interest or competence > in this area. Perhaps, given your lack of understanding, you should > either stop talking through your hat about it, or spend a little time to > learn. It's up to you. >
I have a degree in computer science. I've programmed for WESTERN MINING CORPORATION MINEPRO DRILLEX
and a dozen other companies. I employ 2 programmers and 3 graphics designers.
CSS is meant to Separate Content from Layout.
Like dissecting your body into 200 organs, posting it in a bag to work each morning with an anatomical printout attached.
Actually I think <ROWS> and <COLS> are unnecessary.