Can I pick your brains for some advice. I'd been using MacroMedia Dreamweaver for a few years, then last year I moved up to CS3. Now I've got CS4. Going from Macromedia to CS4 in a few months is a bit of a culture shock. I'm no expert and have learnt to put together sites mainly through drawing table layouts. I know this is a sloppy method but at least it's helped me grasp the rudimentaries. Now I must bite the bullet if I'm to fully capitlise on CS4 and learn to do without the layout table and and start to live fully with CSS but it's a bit tricky as I'm not sure where to start. Does anyone know of some really simple tutorials I can start with for Divs, APs and CSSs? For me it's almost like startimng at square 1 again.
Thanks and regards,
Don't use APDivs as a primary layout method. Use default CSS positioning (which is no positioning at all) then add margins, floats and padding to align elements.
From Tables to CSS Web Design Part 1 -
From Tables to CSS Web Design Part 2 -
If you want to get it done fast, look at Project Seven's Page Packs or CSS Layout Magic. Their products are rock solid, thoroughly tested to work in all browsers and product support is A+++
Thanks Nancy. Those links are very helpful.