Convert this to <div>'s?
Posted 05 October 2006 - 07:37 AM
middle* - being the page body excluding the side padding.
As seen above, it's quite easily achieved with a table, but I'm wondering if I can set this up the same using a <div> instead?
(The blue border is just to determine where the middle section sides are whilst working with it.)
Posted 08 October 2006 - 12:52 AM
Here is a liquid layout I am working on that works in all browsers including IE 5.23 for Mac!
Feel free to copy the css and layout.
Here is something similar that blows up in IE 5.5 and below, but works fine in every other:
Here is a less flexible, more px based fixed fonts and widths with a non graphic corner rounding technique, displays dynamic database driven content without using table cells Works in all browser versions (except IE 5.5 and below don't like using the rounded corner divs).
This is great for dynamic database content using php (not finished using a regex to filter the php url paths yet, but the layout is flexible while fixed to a certain extent):
I am always amazed by no matter how much I know, I know I don't know as much as I thought I knew. - D. Brimlow.
Posted 08 October 2006 - 01:02 AM
margin: 10px auto;
This will yeild a fluid page, give you some nice whitespace eitherside until the window is reduced - the page will only go as small as the banner shoudl teh user attempt to reduce size further the dreaded bottom scrollbar will appera
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