We’ve just completed a website design for a Sarasota Business. Sarasota Home Care is a small business serving Sarasota. They provide non medical home care for elderly (and other) residents. Things like, well just read the sight.
This is a 100 valid XHTML and CSS site. It’s completely table free. It uses horizontal lists in places. It also applies CSS styling by using id attribute instead of the class= attribute like we usually do. I don’t think I’ll switch to this method permanently. It like to use the ID tag to call programmed actions often instead. But it can be handy if your already assigning unique ID’s to elements because of programmed objects then you don’t have to clutter your code with css. Plus that means a web designer can edit it in the future itself a programmer or myself . . .