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Ray Drainville

Using CSS tables for forms is an eye-opener—it’ll certainly make forms more bullet-proof in terms of design; and it’ll be a hell of a lot easier to define the styles than it is currently.

@chris: Whilst I sympathise with your frustrations with IE6 & 7 (oh, God, do I), abandoning them isn’t a realistic option for most of us; and it won’t be for some time to come. One of my clients has around a 90% user base of IE6 users. We can’t just treat them as second-class citizens: they pay the bills, :)

You’re right, those conditional comments will be used for quite some time; and in fact they’ll be doing more heavy lifting, now that more of the layout will (of necessity) be shunted off to them.