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III. CSS for Presentation > 16. Page Layout with CSS

Chapter 16. Page Layout with CSS

Now that you understand the principles of moving elements around on the page using CSS floats and positioning, we can put these tools to use in some standard page layouts. This chapter looks at the various approaches to CSS-driven web design and provides some simple templates that will get you on your way to building basic two- and three-column web pages.

Before we get started, it must be said that there are seemingly endless variations on creating multicolumn layouts with CSS. This chapter is intended to be a “starter kit.” The templates presented here are simplified and may not work for every situation, although I’ve tried to point out the relevant shortcomings of each.


  

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