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I think it is a bad idea to implement anything that is not standard across
all Browsers. I know there are cool things we can do with a Web Site, but
remember, not all people have the same Browser. When I develop sites, I
look at the site with 5 different Browsers / versions.
I have a copy of Visual Page and it is cool. I can visually place any
element anywhere on the page. Unfortunately, the result ;looks very
different when viewed with I.E. and Navigator.