The simplest use for layout tables is to create multiple columns that really do have the same height rather than using one of the faux columns approaches to make it look like they are the same height when they really are not.
The second tutorial on layout tables discusses the circumstances where you might consider using one.
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Starting a new series of CSS tutorials dealing specifically with the correct use of tables for web page layout.
Here we look at how to set up a single click listener that will perform one of two actions depending on where in the page is clicked.
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These PDO only alternatives allow you to decide when to bind a value to a database call.
In this fifth discussion of the problem solving half of programming we look at how even abandoned work on previous problems may be useful for at least partly solving a new problem.
When solving computer problems you need to think logically and also realise that those who set the problem probably are not thinking logically. Make sure you have the problem properly defined to match what is actually required and not just what they asked for. Using logic you can also see situations where not being able to solve individual parts of the problem may itself provide the solution.
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In this third tutorial on problem solving we look at the technique of dividing up one problem into two or more smaller problems that hopefully will be easier to solve.