If you want table layout where content controls the size of the table’s cells, then use the CSS
display property with table values. But if you want table layout where the table’s cell sizes are fixed, you should use CSS position properties. For FIGURE 5.16’s Imprint Express web page, which technique would be better—using the CSS
display property with table values or using CSS position properties?
The Imprint Express web page implements an online newspaper, and newspapers should normally have columns with uniform widths. Using the CSS
display property ...