CSS Layouts...

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  1. boyleswebdesign

    boyleswebdesign New Member

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    who all here makes there sites using divs and css? just outta curiosity.
     
  2. zkiller

    zkiller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    i do... :)
     
  3. sloojoe

    sloojoe New Member

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    me too

    I do it also. sometimes i throw in tables just b/c its way easier to organize and display data pulled from a DB.

    joe
     
  4. kristi

    kristi New Member

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    Yes, definitely css allows for the most flexible design and faster page load.
     
  5. sea325

    sea325 New Member

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    Using css is definitely a lot easier when considering organization. It helps me when it comes to looking at my code, I don't have to weave through all of the design coding.

    I made my other sites using css and now i'll never go back.


    This one was made using css...
    http://www.stevie.gknu.com/

    sea325
     
  6. boyleswebdesign

    boyleswebdesign New Member

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    Ya I have gone all over to css now. the site attached below is written using css.
     

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  7. virruss

    virruss New Member

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    You mean tableless? I also use this method.
     
  8. sloojoe

    sloojoe New Member

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    bungles

    you like the bungles HAHA. Steelers fan right here. jk i hate football. send me a link to your bungles site when you are done

    joe
     
  9. alloydog

    alloydog New Member

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    CSS all the way!
     
  10. saralynndesign

    saralynndesign New Member

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    CSS Design

    Hello. I am still using tables for most of my web designs as I have yet to grasp CSS enough to feel confident using it. I am currently working on a design that will have a date sensitive sidebar area. This means that the info in the sidebar will need to be changed frequently and will run on every page of the site (this will be around 15 or so pages). It is my understanding that with CSS I would be able to create one file for the sidebar, link it to every page and then only update that one file in order to update the sidebar on each page. Is this correct? If so, can someone direct me to a good source for implementing something along these lines?

    Thank you.
    S
     
  11. timothyb89

    timothyb89 New Member

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    Same here. It works quite well and is remarkably easy.
    Plus, blending JS and CSS can help with dynamic layouts quite a bit, as I used here --> http://timothyb89.homelinux.org/jtelirc_/ ;-)
    Anyway , the DHTML windows are cool :)
     
  12. apples

    apples New Member

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    Thanks

    thanks guys this has been very helpful in assisting website design...
    I'ved used the links to find some great information on CSS.

    Kind Regards
    Adam Adair
    www.globalsolutionsit.com.au
     
  13. retrogeek84

    retrogeek84 New Member

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    grr, i can't wait to understand css completely, i envy you people... hopefully i'll be as cool as you guys soon.
     

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