i have my navbar running horizontally across the page
i want to put icons for facebook/twitter and instagram (the icons are from fontawesome) to the right of it with a small space between the icons.
whats the best way to do this?
do i just add them to the class for my navbar?
or is there a better way to deal with this?
im taking responsiveness into account of course.
any help appreciated
I would not say Tables are bad, but using tables for html layout isnt good as per my perspective. A table contains a lot more meta tags than a simple div alternative. Next, OP requires a responsiveness layout, this typically requires wrapping icons into seperate lines to accomodate the change in size. While a Table can be styled to achieve this, I wouldnt advise that.
@Op, are you able to write CSS to accomplish what you want using html like this ? :
Bear Bibeault wrote:Tables are great for tables. CSS is better for layout. I'd recommend learning how to use flex box CSS.
But it doesn't work with IE6!!!
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Yeah. I'd go with that. Unless you're dealing with a company that's still heavily dependent on ActiveX controls. Or IE8.
Salvin, the problem with a simple div is that it doesn't allow things like even spacing of the contents. The flexbox acts more like a layoutmanager.
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