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CSS puzzle: variable column layout

Sent by Mark Johnson on 21 March 2006 17:05


Thanks, David. But I think, "Maybe not". I didn't see in any of those
layouts that if you removed (for example) "id=navigation", that
the exact same CSS would produce a two-column instead of a three-column
layout. To switch from three to two columns, you have to remove the
column you don't want *and* choose a different stylesheet.
Otherwise the unwanted column is gone, but the space it would have
occupied is still there.

Unless I missed something...

BUT this is a very cool resource that I hadn't seen before. Thanks for
calling it to my attention.

-- 
Mark Johnson - Systems Analyst/MSD Contractor
NCBI/IEB NLM NIH


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