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frameworks supporting css?

Stephen Huey
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I've read some of the docs on Tapestry, and I'm curious--does this promising framework support CSS? Or rather, since I know you can use CSS with it, does it support not using tables? So many web designers seem to want to move from table-based layouts to CSS, but it looks like Tapestry's components often make use of table code.

I'm looking at converting a table-based web app to CSS, and it's not fun. When trying to look around online, it seems like there is much talk of using only CSS, but of course sooooooo many websites still rely on tables. Are most Java developers (and more importantly, Java frameworks) tending to ignore any kind of transition to CSS?
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