[...] modern standards. So they got rid of things like tables [...]
Yeah, I've heared about such things as "modern standards". Somewhere.
If you look at the 2010-version of the Bukowski-Society-Site, you will see, that I still use Tables. I don't know shit about css or other things. (Well, I 'know' about them, but haven't learned to handle 'em.)
At least I gave up the even more out-of-date 'frame'-structure that we had before the update.
But a year from now I doubt any of these changes will have mattered much. It's just a matter of getting used to it.
Less than a year.
One always gets used to it.
It's like living in a dictatorship. THEY say, what will come next and you'll have to swallow it or die. I even got used to the goddamn latest MS-Office and now they come up with a new one. And I will get to cope with that one too. But I will never understand it. In the old days, it was possible (and made sense) to UNDERSTAND a program. These days are gone.