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RE: [css-d] float:right and Mac IE5

Sent by RUST Randal on 25 January 2002 14:02


One of the great reasons, I think, for switching to CSS is the fact that you
can create a base CSS for each and every web site you design.  This is what
I have done here at work. 

For each new client, I simply save the CSS to a new file and go in and
change the colors, fonts and positioning as necessary.

It is much easier and more efficient that hacking tables all day long.

Randal

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Andrew LePera [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 2:17 PM
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Subject: Re: [css-d] float:right and Mac IE5


Nick Zadrozny wrote:


> For the inquiring minds out there, about how long did it take you to
> convert that layout from tables to CSS?  I'm sure there are plenty of
> people still hesitating whether or not to make the switch as well, and
> an example like your site may very well be encouraging to many.


It took about two hours to get it to where it's at now.  I started with 
a template from the bluerobot site (I highly recommend these if you're 
starting out):

http://bluerobot.com/web/layouts/

Once I get the Mac problem fixed, I'll probably write up a summary of 
what I did and post it on the site.

best,
scottandrew

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scott andrew lepera
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web stuff: www.scottandrew.com
music stuff: www.walkingbirds.com

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