[thelist] help with fluid css layout

chris lists at semioticpixels.com
Wed Jul 20 16:42:52 CDT 2005

Hi Sarah,
- No, IE's dynamic expression doesn't work with js turned off.

- Putting content into the header just gave it something tangible to
apply its rules to.

- If you want the nav to live below the content, then you'll probably
need to position it absolutely then give a left margin to the content
div that is big enough for the left nav to fit into. There is a good
collection of layout links at the css-d wiki
[http://css-discuss.incutio.com/] and I believe that a couple years ago
Big John at www.positioniseverything.com wrote an article called Source
Ordered Layouts specifically for people who want to control the source
order for SEO.



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