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In a perfect world, I would only have to work on code i have written, or have yet to write. Instead of all that, I usually am called upon to rework aspects of some other programmers code.
By 'some other programmer' In this case I mean whoever wrote Network Solutions' e-commerce machine 'MonsterCommerce'.
I suggest using MonsterCommerce if you want to do things yourself and you are not too particular about how the site looks. The e-commerce aspect is solid.. takes credit cards quantity discounts etc..
Problem is.. My client wants something that looks nice, and insists on the MonsterCommerce platform.
How MonsterCommerce is set up:
Everything is in tables. Each column is referred to in the stylesheet by a name like 'centercolumn'. Since each column is not a div, but merely a table cell, we can't do cool CSS things like overflow:auto for scrollbars. Take a look
at the source (Right-Click/'View Source') and note the novicelike use of tables. Obviously, MonsterCommerce doesn't actually
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