In search of the One True Layout
30th Oct 2005
This article discusses and provides examples of how to set up a web page, while seperating content and structure, which allows you to arrange the content in any specific order you wish. Extremely useful.
Also, the article highlights a nifty technique for creating full / equal length columns without using faux columns.
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