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what is difference between table and div base design?

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what is difference between table and div base design?

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  1. Guest17149907
    ccessible to those with disabilities (a requirement for government and educational sites, and a growing requirement for corporations - see the Target Companies lawsuit), then semantic design is the way to go. Another benefit is that div/css based sites tend to use a lot less bandwidth, which can save you real money if you pay per megabyte for your hosting.

  2. Guest15154546
    Web standard changing frequently so the design standard Ya I mean to look and feel your designs. Professionals creatively working on to follow the current trends. Now Web 2.0 standard is almost going to replace with Web 3.0 standards. Many big tycoons in web started to follow the Web 3.0 standards. Here is list of some: netvibes.com justin.tv spock.com freeset.com twine.com netflix.com mybloglog.com friendfeed.com joost.com wink.com last.fm Where Web 2.0 based on 'Folksonomy', Web 3.0 is based on (Me-onomy) means focused on the Individuals. There are much more difference between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 standards here is the some mentioned below: WEB 2.0 1. The Widely Read-Write Web 2. Focused on Communities 3. Blogs 4. Sharing Content 5. XML, RSS 6. Web Applications 7. Tagging (Folksonomy) 8. Google 9. Cost per click 10. Rich Media, Viral WEB 3.0 1. The Portable Personal Web 2. Focused on Individuals 3. Lifestream 4. Consolidating Dynamic Content 5. The Semantic Web 6. Widgets, Drag & Drop Mashups 7. User Behavior (Me-onomy) 8. -------, netvibes 9. User Engagement 10. Advertisement If you have some information about Web 3.0 please share with this blog by commenting on it. Poonam Lalka Skype: poonam.lalka www.neosofttech.com
  3. Guest14832263
    phaithful explained very well the role of CSS to SEO. It just about the positionig your important text up in the source code, simplify and reduce the code(size) of the document, faster loading times, avoiding obsolete HTML attirbutes, easinest of code validation. There is no difference between a table id and a div ids. I do not even know if such elements, as divs are used in rankings. But to be more satisfied with your work you could name those with your keywords. But here there is a problem. If you have, let's say, 10 elements using the same div id, you will have to repeat that name with your keyword in it, which won't look to goog to SE's bots. www.cssbite.com
  4. Guest11617844
    When using table the coding goes huge and so the overall loading time of page will be increased. While using div, coding can be reduced
  5. adeel hussain
    Tables are still quite acceptable for displaying layout elements that are in a tabular layout format, and in fact can be better than divs with such layout. However, divs are more flexible for the same reason - they do not restrict the layout to tabular format. Instead, a div is like a "floating box" that can be positioned anywhere you want. good web design specifies seperating content from presentation. That is, seperating the actual text of your site from it's layout and style. Tables have many problems, including being more difficult for those with disabilities to read, as well as making it more difficult for search engines to find relevant information. div/css based sites tend to get better page ranks in google and other crawlers because the site is "semantically" relevant. That is, you've tagged parts of your page with bits of information that defines its importance, such as using h1/h2/h3 tags, etc... Nothing is preventing you from designing sites as you always have, and 95% of your audience will probably never care. But if you want to be accessible to those with disabilities (a requirement for government and educational sites, and a growing requirement for corporations - see the Target Companies lawsuit), then semantic design is the way to go. Another benefit is that div/css based sites tend to use a lot less bandwidth, which can save you real money if you pay per megabyte for your hosting.
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