I am feeling really p1ssed off. Spent ages refreshing my memory and relearning a tonne of Ad0be CS stuff to find that they have decided to remove layout tables in CS4 because of probs with accessibility / ppl with disabilities etc. This has screwed me a bit as 99% of my tutorials all use tables. The weird thing is I still thought that CSS layouts were dodgy with a lot of older browsers and tables were much better for SEO? How are ppl getting around this I have spent ages designing stuff in Photoshop to find that its difficult to use as a tracing method with CSS. Everything I have read also recommends not using tracing images and to use vague mock ups. Aparently you can chop up in Fireworks and export as Images & HTML, then tweak to get some quite good results with the options menu. But then DreamWeaver is a PITA because it wants you to primarily work with the CSS. A bit sh1tty IMHO. Would be very interested in what people have done to adapt / tips for exporting in Fireworks. I only used this for the first time the other day lol. Is it worth rolling back for this project to CS3 or should I bite the bullet and learn as it will help me long term? My specific design is a PITA and too complex for standard CSS formatting. Is it poss to create major sections in CSS then draw in AP Divs as an alternative to nested tables? I am having to do a major portfolio project as part of my degree and this is causing a big delay GRRRR!