I've finally run across a layout that I'm scratching my head over.
It's a standard centered master div containing a header, two columns
under that, and a footer.
Left column width is set for nav/whatever.
Here's the problem...
The right column will contain content that's being pulled in from an
external source. So, the width is *unknown*. It might be 400px, or it
might be 550px, who knows.
So the right column needs to be able to:
a. stay put where it belongs
b. expand/contract at will, depending on content
c.and the master container needs to expand/contract
as needed towards the right dependent on the width
of the right column. Which also means the the header
and its contents, plus footer content need to stretch
along with it.
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