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John Imbong is a freelance designer who eats HTML for breakfast with a side of bacon (mmmm...bacon). He is also the CTO for Gourmee.com and is one of the founders of Phlashers.com. Follow John on twitter or through his portfolio site at Johnimbong.com.
Since the recommendation of CSS2 back in 1998, the use of tables has slowly faded into the background and into the history books. Because of this, CSS layouts have since then been synonymous with coding elegance. [Content Care Dec/26/2016]
Out of all the CSS concepts designers have ever used, an award probably needs to be given to the use of Negative Margins as being the most least talked about method of positioning. It’s like an online taboo—everyone’s doing it, yet no one wants to talk about it.