At 11:33 AM -0500 3/3/1999, Hal Shubin wrote:
> I've heard that using tables slows down the page loading time. Does anyone
> know if this is true? If I used nested tables, does the slowing just get
> worse for each table, or does each nesting make it worse?

Yes, definitely.  One of the coolest parts of Netscape's new browser
(code-named Gecko) is to see it render and re-render pages with
nested tables very quickly, even on slow machines.  There were ooos
and aaaahs at the Builder.com Live conference when they showed that
feature.

Avi

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