I'm working on a redesign of the FreeDOS.org web site. Well, not so much a redesign, but a makeover to use xhtml instead of tables. This will make it easier when/if I do a full redesign on the site, since I can just change the CSS to create a new design.

Table design vs. CSS design and HTML vs. XHTML are two different things. You can do CSS design event with non-standart HTML "tagsoup", as well as you can to table-based design with XHTML 1.1 :)


I am having an issue with the link list, and wondered if there's a CSS + xhtml "expert" out there who could help me. The link list renders correctly in Mozilla, but not in IE. Specifically, '<HR />' tags span the entire width of the page, not just the link list width.

If it will not be fixed, I could help with this tomorrow. Mail me private then.

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Kristaps,
http://kristaps.netparks.lv


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