Sent by MEM on 4 July 2009 17:05
> Are you all over the map, or what :-) ?
> Give me a few hours, and I'll think of an even more complicated and
> difficult way to do it. In the meantime, I'm sure you'll find something
> wrong with this:
I just need my coffees!!! O.O
But, the reason I've give a picture to the discussion, is just because, probably, there is a more
simple solution (without columns). to accomplish the intended visual effect, that I'm aware of.
However I now realize that the picture isn't "the all picture", since it doesn't represent the fact
that, *on same pages, not all, the borders will need to have different widths and colors on other
pages, however, they will remain similar*.
On the link provided, I believe we can change the borders width (by moving the columns), but we
cannot change the border color. (?)
On one hand, I can't find a proper solution, and don't have the knowledge to create one.
On the other hand, I don't believe that, visually speaking, my request is so extravagant that no one
have give a thought on this before.
By the worst, I can create extra two divs and repeat-y a 1px back image, and a 3px grey image on
those divs. But aside from the "no-semantic approach" that I'd like to avoid, this "pseudo-solution"
is not the best to maintain either, (since it requires the draw and cut graphics, from time to
To more properly describe it, here is a new version, with no equal heights but with different
Extra motivation to lower the level of some tiredness over my frequent emails:
"I will post a link for list.css-discuss on the thanks page of this site. A BIG ONE. HUGE. Fancy.
Well... not that fancy because, in that case, I need to send yet another request to the list... :)"
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