Modern CSS has a lot of techniques which helps you achieve the results easier way than a few years before. Most of them are supported by majority of web browsers already. So why not start using them on you daily CSS practice?
Creating the same look of web pages in various web browsers and different version of them is like a nightmare. We have to test the webpage in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and more and more often in the Safari browser. There are a few web browsers for Linux too. The biggest problem is to test and fix css problems in Internet Explorer, because different versions of this browser feature different css rendering.
Without CSS style sheets we can't build a modern web today. However, are you familiar with CSS enough to use its maximum possibility? Or just copy a few rows of styles from your first successful website? There are some tips that may help you or may be interesting for you.
Setting up the appearance of tables on the website is often the most unpleasant part of the webdesigner’s work. I will be not far from the truth when say that most designers prepare only basic CSS for tables a forgot on the rest. I also don’t remember on I ever saw a graphic design in Photoshop, which would somehow foresaw the display tables.