HTML 3.0 ‣ Gained strength (+attributes) with the approved HTML 3.2 ‣ Contrary to the common thinking, the <table> burn for tabular data and also to create layouts TABLE HISTORY http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html32#table
‣ <TABLE cellspacing=10 cellpadding=10> ‣ <TD colspan=3 rowspan=1> TABLE FACTS http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html32#table I do not want those weird borders. Great! My website now sticks to the left. Vertical center align? Who will need it? What the diff? F uck! Very simple. Oh, wait… #)&*@
a standard of columns ‣ Started at 2007 with Blueprint ‣ Usually divided into columns (12, 16 or 24) ‣ It is an abstraction of the box model, because it just have CSS 2.1 behind ‣ The “Boom” happened at 2009, with 960.gs GRID SYSTEMS?