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Chris Seymour
Posted: 06/27/2007, 10:06 AM

Hello all,
I am starting a new project and am trying to decide whether to use CCS
or Dreamweaver.

One question I have always wondered about CCS is the best way to use
custom CSS files in the project (I like to use CSS positioning in an
separate file).
IS this practical in CCS?

I would appreciate any thoughts or experiences others might have.

Thanks.

Chris
DonB
Posted: 06/28/2007, 3:52 PM

Since CCS generates tables for everything, using your own CSS tends to be
timeconsuming. I still do, because the look needed demands it most of the
time. So I routinely hack the tables out of my grids and records, and put
in the markup I need. Frankly I find the V3 Builder output is more hassle
because you get TWO tables for everything - one for the heading and another
for the data.

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DonB

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"Chris Seymour" <cseymour@seyware.com> wrote in message
news:f5u5f3$cvt$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Hello all,
> I am starting a new project and am trying to decide whether to use CCS
> or Dreamweaver.
>
> One question I have always wondered about CCS is the best way to use
> custom CSS files in the project (I like to use CSS positioning in an
> separate file).
> IS this practical in CCS?
>
> I would appreciate any thoughts or experiences others might have.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Chris


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