Thanks for the link, but these CSS layouts still have the problem I'm trying to solve. Take a look
at the following for example:
Under IE 6, you'll see that the right column will overlap the center column as your browser width is
decreased. Under Mozilla I get other strange behaviour.
I've created a simple TABLE-based layout that demonstrates what I'm essentially looking for. See
Ignoring colors and style, notice how when I shrink my browser width down, my header, footer and 3
columns will remain fixed at thier minimum widths.
What I want to know is if something like this possible using tableless CSS.
Not that I MUST have tableless, but everything I've been reading indicates that tableless is the way
> try this:
> now you have a choice
> wrm rgds,
> On Jan 21, 2004, at 8:04 PM, Jim Prantzalos wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Can someone point me to a simple example of a cross-browser compatible
> > "Header+3-column" layout, where the center can resize, but not shrink
> > down beyond a fixed size (without using tables).
> > For example:
> > 800px header (min width is 800, but can grow beyond 800px),
> > 150px leftcol (fixed, 0 margins, aligned left),
> > 150px rightcol (fixed, 0 margins, aligned right),
> > 500px center (min width is 500, but can grow beyond 500px).
> > Thanks,
> > -jim
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