I am trying to create a source ordered (center column to come first)
three column liquid layout and understand that the only way to do this
may be with absolutely positioned div's (for the left column at least).
I need the left and right columns to be a fixed width and the centre
column to "fill out" the space.
There is also a footer at the bottom, and I cannot guarantee that the
central column extends past the columns on either side. This means that
the content in the sidebars can drop over the footer (because they are
absolutely positioned), which is of course wrong.
All the examples I have looked at so far either use percentage widths
for all columns, don't have a footer, aren't source ordered or use
option for this solution).
Can anyone point me in the direction of a non scripting work around to
this, if one exists, or perhaps another way to create source ordered
columns/footer without absolute positioning?
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