This article talks about how everyone (me included) is just copying the CSS layouts of glish and bluerobot instead of pushing it like eric meyer is. He is right. The time is right to really try to learn and understand CSS positioning and exploit it instead of pandering to the browsers with poor DOM support. If done right, your content will still be accessible to those browsers.
I took the time to read brainjar's css articles yesterday as I attempt to move the intranet site I do sitedev for at work to CSS for layout. Is rather a pain, though, because we have a large installed user base of Unix users who use Netscape 4.7 and don't plan on moving up to a better browser. So I've been putting in server side browser checks and calling different templates based on browser version. Yuck. I would really like to leave tables behind, but at work, it is impossible.
I hope to find the time to quickly move iaslash over from it's current tabled layout to CSS positioned blocks as well.
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