If your site has valid code or something trivially close to same, you are working with, and within, Web standards.

If you serve up tag soup or any document with myriad validation errors, you are merely using CSS layout.

(Valid and tag-soup code using tables for layout are curious edge cases, the former being rather more rare.)

The matter is now settled.

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