I’ve seen a lot of commentary on the for, and against of using the CSS property display: table, a lot of it negative. It takes us back to the dark ages, using tables for layout. These people tend to forget that CSS is purely presentational and setting something as display: table is not the same as using the table tag. A screen reader going over a layout styled using the CSS table model will not get confused and muddled up. It will in fact breeze through a layout done correctly no matter which technique used floats or CSS tables. The display properties values: table, table-cell, table-row etc are named due to the fact its presentational result is that best described of how a table would work and the similarities end there. Continue reading.