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3 column layout in css

Postby mattsoftnet » Sat Mar 18, 2006 9:25 pm

for my ProSiteManager cms project, I decided to use xhtml and css. I've always used tables in the past to do a standard dynamic-body-width 3 column layout but I think maybe more people would use the opensource system if I use all css? tables would be much easier, but I'm not so sure it will be the best way for the future. what would you recommend, tables or all css? if css, how do you go about doing this?
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Postby Coditor » Sun Mar 19, 2006 1:24 pm

Hi,

Tables are easier but have their cons. Tables (especially when nested) can be really slow to be built by a browser.

Create 3 main divs called "left", "center" and "right" and position them via css. You can use absolute positioning for example, or use "float:left" to position them. It takes a bit of fiddeling sometimes, but worth the effort.

If you have more details, we maybe able to give you further hints.

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Postby liquedus » Mon Oct 16, 2006 9:55 am

Never use tables for layouts.

As suggested above, implement in 3 seperate divs, my preference is given to floating them ;)
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Postby gesf » Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:11 am

Please take a look at this page liquedus.
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