> Behalf Of Bill Walker
> Sent: 13 December 2002 17:30
> It really does take a paradigm shift to think how
> to use style sheets instead of relying on tables and hacks to
> get your web pages to look nice. I have taken a couple of
> online classes and have read most of Eric Meyer on CSS and
> Designing CSS Web Pages...
> So, my question is this...How do you achieve 3 equal-sized
> columns using no tables and just XHTML or HTML and CSS only?
But my question would be, why do you want 3 equal sized columns?
That's the paradigm shift you probably need to make, deciding why you
need to design that way to start with.
The best CSS sites will come from designers that embrace the
*limitations* of CSS and create designs that exploit the strengths of
CSS not seek to bend it to the old ways.
Just a tired Friday thought...
I found this article quite enlightening:
http://psychology.wichita.edu/optimalweb/default.htm which doesn't tell
you how to get 3 equal sized columns, but might help you rethink your