I just picked this article from ALA for our graphic designer in department who is great but always Afraid of CSS and Standards. The article is by by Ben Henick who was himself concerned by this problem and take two years to break out of the comfortable prison of layout tables, and another two years before he could use CSS to produce layouts that were originally intended for tables. And the moral of the story should be clear: it took me a long while to achieve genuine mastery of CSS.
The buzz about Web 2.0, CSS, and myriad other subjects of the bleeding edge can become a dull roar to those left ill-equipped for industry changes because of work habits adopted in good faith years before. It is my hope that the experience I