<table> prejudice and HTML xenophobia
Anthony Ng
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As CSS has gotten more advanced, we have been looking to solve issues HTML used to handle with complex CSS. Maybe we feel like “real” developers this way. But I agree we have to shed some of our biases and use HTML the way it’s purposed to be used. Personally, I have kept up with all the next expansions of CSS and even Javascript, but rare go check what new tags HTML has created or what is down defunct. BAD me.

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