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    Useful CSS Links

    Originally Posted By ChiefWigs in the lounge. I have and will add to it as i see fit !! Mods can too if they like

    I thought this might be helpful for people to have!

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    CSS:
    Doctypes:
    Random:
    Use Divs, not Tables:
    Use Tables, not Divs:
    Don't use Frames:
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    nice job, we can also discuss the concept and benefits of CSS here or even make it CSS
    tutorial - many "HTML developers" have no idea what's CSS and how to use it.

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    how can i make the layout using css

    hi guys!, can some one give me an example of how to make the layout for my webpage using css. i want a left navigation menu a top logo holder a bottom footer holder and a middle main content.

    ps i want the menu to come under the top logo holder part not by the side of it, if some one can help me out ill realy appeciate it , im sure there will be some rep points given

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    Quote Originally Posted by deansaddigh
    hi guys!, can some one give me an example of how to make the layout for my webpage using css. i want a left navigation menu a top logo holder a bottom footer holder and a middle main content.

    ps i want the menu to come under the top logo holder part not by the side of it, if some one can help me out ill realy appeciate it , im sure there will be some rep points given
    hey,

    This might get you started, it doesn't have a footer but it has a left menu, title bar and the content area

    http://www.bluerobot.com/web/layouts/layout1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by deansaddigh
    hi guys!, can some one give me an example of how to make the layout for my webpage using css. i want a left navigation menu a top logo holder a bottom footer holder and a middle main content.
    You're kidding? From that entire list of links above, did you not look
    at any of them?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefWigs1982
    You're kidding? From that entire list of links above, did you not look
    at any of them?!
    i thought that but just took a deep breath and replied

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadioactiveFrog
    i thought that but just took a deep breath and replied
    lol it looks like I've just handed you the 3rd blob... 2 more until it start glowing!

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    how rude????

    how rude , lol ok guys sorry.
    i did look at them but i obviously didnt look hard enough, for a tutorial on boxes.
    dsaddigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Wizard
    lol it looks like I've just handed you the 3rd blob... 2 more until it start glowing!
    thanks shadow!! I've been trying to earn those points to get my third green bulb looks like it paid off Much appreciated !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deansaddigh
    how rude , lol ok guys sorry.
    i did look at them but i obviously didnt look hard enough, for a tutorial on boxes.
    no worries, we have all done it at some point in our lives

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    cheers mate, thanks for the help buy the way

    those guides were really good, i have given you some reputation ok mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deansaddigh
    those guides were really good, i have given you some reputation ok mate.
    glad to hear they were helpful! Good luck with the site! Thanks for the rep

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    Everywhere on the internet I hear about CSS but still find many sites build with table structure for formating. When we could see the real CSS facelifting the internet sites?

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    I have asked few people who are close to me and they told me that it is easier to develop HTML in table than in CSS. Though CSS gives you control on look but for a site which does not need frequent changes in its layout. I wish somebody could develop a software where a person will design webpage in gui and CSS code will automatically get created.

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    oh great work done. A huge collection .......................
    One more helpful URl in this series

    http://code.google.com/p/blueprintcss/
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