From: "Eoin Maguire" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Does anyone know if it's possible to have a simple three vertical
> layout but with the middle column remaining the same width even if
> strarts dragging/resizing their browser window? I don't mean simply
> resolution, I mean clicking the 'Restore Down' button on your
> browser (the
> middle button of the top right three) and then dragging the browser
> back and forth to see how your page resizes. At the moment we have a
> 3 colum
> layout that squashes the info depending on how small you
> horizontally make
> the window.
> It should be a quick fix, would simply stating a fixed width for the
> DIV make it static in size?
If you want a 3-column layout with all 3 columns fixed, then give each
column a width and float them. If you just want to prevent the layout
from squishing at small window widths, you could use the min-width
property (along with an easy workaround for IE, which does not support
the property). Here are some layout examples you can investigate:
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