Okay, so, I am a nerd. Big shock I know! Nerds are scarce in these parts. Spoiler: tl;dr, i roleplay on dreamwidth and i want to play along with their pretentious artsy bullshit But one of my forms of nerdery is roleplaying over on Dreamwidth. I haven't in a couple years, but between progress w/depression and anxiety, and my current obsession with Undertale, I figured I'd give it a go. And, like here, I've been roleplaying as Papyrus for a couple of weeks! Good times! But one of the things about Dreamwidth fandom roleplay is that some of us get pretty... pretentious about things. Like having good icons, and having organized profiles, and having pretty things. I figured, eh, I'm just messing around in memes (their casual rp places), it doesn't really matter. And then someone I played with years ago enabled me into a game. I don't NEED the pretty shit to be in the game, by any means, but I want them. So, I got it in my head to try to make a profile menu based off the Undertale battle menu, where each of the four menu buttons is a link that leads to a different page. I figured okay, this shouldn't be TOO hard. I remember making profiles and shit in html like 10 years ago. Sure, that was half my remembered lifespan ago, but it's doable. Except, wait, no, I know that tables are really inefficient and clunky. Aren't there newer things? Like, can't you use <div> in some way to approximate tables? Really, what I'm asking is, if I want to use that image as the background and make the buttons into clickable links that are approximately centered on the buttons themselves... would it be better for me to refresh my memory on <table> stuff or look into <div> stuff?