3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 3, 2006 2:08 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Fireworks and CSS layers

    Matador2004
      I am just trying to learn how to make XHTML and CSS pages without tables to optimize better for searchengines. However there is a exportoption in Fireworks whitch is named "CSS layers".

      Does that mean FW is exporting and converting the page into a XHTML or a CSS page? Is it that easy? Thats sould mean the exported html page only use CSS and not tables? :)
        • 1. Re: Fireworks and CSS layers
          Level 7
          >I am just trying to learn how to make XHTML and CSS pages without tables to
          > optimize better for searchengines.

          There's really no relation between these two (pages without tables and
          optimizing better for search engines), you know?

          > Does that mean FW is exporting and converting the page into a XHTML or a
          > CSS
          > page? Is it that easy? Thats sould mean the exported html page only use
          > CSS and
          > not tables? :)

          Hardly. Most people I know would only use FW to write HTML for them if they
          were in a full body cast....

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          "Matador2004" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I am just trying to learn how to make XHTML and CSS pages without tables to
          > optimize better for searchengines. However there is a exportoption in
          > Fireworks
          > whitch is named "CSS layers".
          >
          > Does that mean FW is exporting and converting the page into a XHTML or a
          > CSS
          > page? Is it that easy? Thats sould mean the exported html page only use
          > CSS and
          > not tables? :)
          >


          • 2. Re: Fireworks and CSS layers
            Matador2004 Level 1
            quote:

            Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
            >I am just trying to learn how to make XHTML and CSS pages without tables to
            > optimize better for searchengines.

            There's really no relation between these two (pages without tables and
            optimizing better for search engines), you know?



            Well what i mean is to build pages without tables. Thats more suitable for searchengines. Thats the new webstandard from what i know of.

            • 3. Re: Fireworks and CSS layers
              Level 7
              > Well what i mean is to build pages without tables. Thats more suitable for
              > searchengines.

              Why? Where do you see any evidence that this is the case?

              I'm not advocating the use of tables for your pages, but I don't want to
              propagate such urban legends, either.

              > Thats the new webstandard from what i know of.

              Among some it is. Among others, who are pragmatists, you would use what
              works best for you to get the job done....


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              "Matador2004" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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              >
              quote:

              Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
              > >I am just trying to learn how to make XHTML and CSS pages without tables
              > >to
              > > optimize better for searchengines.
              >
              > There's really no relation between these two (pages without tables and
              > optimizing better for search engines), you know?
              >

              >
              > Well what i mean is to build pages without tables. Thats more suitable for
              > searchengines. Thats the new webstandard from what i know of.
              >
              >
              >