Jeffrey Zeldman has written a short CSS anecdote that explains one reason why I don’t do professional Web design any more — browser issues. The other, larger, reason, is that I knew I wasn’t really very good at it. For me, trying to figure out why an application that works fine in development won’t work when I move it to production is less stressful than trying to figure out why I can’t get text to quit wrapping in a nav bar.