On 04/24/2013 08:10 PM, Graham Cooper wrote: > 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.
So do I, and so do many others. Having a CS degree doesn't mean you understand web development. That's no cause for shame, either.
> I've programmed for > WESTERN MINING CORPORATION > MINEPRO > DRILLEX
OK, and I've programmed for a number of companies as well. Most of that work had nothing to do with CSS, and so would have no bearing on my understanding of it. We your work for these companies in CSS?
> and a dozen other companies. I employ 2 programmers and 3 graphics > designers.
I have to wonder how you "employ" these people, being on the dole and quite apparently destitute. Could it be that they're imaginary, and accept your imaginary money?
> CSS is meant to Separate Content from Layout.
We finally get to an answer, and I won't argue with that. So, given that CSS lets one separate the presentation of data from the data itself, maybe you'll say why that's a bad idea.
> Like dissecting your body into 200 organs, posting it in a bag > to work each morning with an anatomical printout attached.
Hmm...no...you're just going to go off on a tangent and use a very silly attempt at analogy.
> -------------- > > Actually I think <ROWS> and <COLS> are unnecessary. > > > The solution you FAILED at getting right is:
You mean the inane little "test" you attempted to present, which I (and everyone else) ignored? <snip silly "solution" to silly "test">
Well, it took a while, but you finally responded to a very simple question with a reasonable response, though coated in a lot of gibberish. I think that's a good sign.