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hamy:-
stu-
so you know, i finally got it. if anyone wants to see, the site is currently at 129.59.129.204
its still in development, so go easy. basically i just wrapped my entire page in two divs, set each to have a background image that i wanted, and then my main div has margins equal to the size of the background images in my two spacer div's. it was pretty easy, actually

so much for 4 hours
(14.06.2007, 01:54)

Joe:-
Stu
Your work is awesome! I've searched your posts, but no luck finding this issue. Menus work great on a demo page, but when I put into a copy of my homepage, I lose the menu when I cross from the menu div into the content div. What am I missing?
(11.09.2007, 18:23)

Joy:-
I really like this 3 column layout, although I guess you could achieve the same thing other ways (that you've shown me!) if you don't need the "all column heights equal" bit.
The browser bug I see has to do with the colors. In IE6, when I set the left and right columns to transparent, it renders it using the text color! So you can't see the text, although it's there. In Mozilla, you get the same background as the container, which seemed correct to me until I tried it on IE7. IE7 treats transparent as totally transparent and shows the page background color, ignoring the container background color.
Now I'm not sure which one is correct, but since what I wanted was to see the page background image, not a color, I'm left with IE6 looking very different than the rest. Not sure if previous versions would have the same problem, but probably.
(15.09.2007, 14:42)

MarkP:-
Dear Stu,
Thanks for a wonderful website. I've read about the "CSS Holy Grail" solutions on www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail including the "wrapper-free Holy Grail" and I find they all fall down to some extent when browser windows are resized. I'd greatly value your opinion on a relatively simple solution that works for me at www.markpreston.co.uk
(11.11.2007, 08:21)

bla:-
this site is incredibly confusing
(02.01.2008, 02:29)

Claire:-
I've been visiting and learning a LOT from stu's awesome CSS demos for a couple of years now. I have "integrated" my web students into vising this site regularly and asking for permission to use the pages.
This is my production of the 3-column page using a wrapper and a few other of the great demos from this website - if you care to check it out. the whole CSS is embedded on the page. It's only a template to show my students how to do CSS. lynx.tygerz.com/new_threecolumn.htm
(12.02.2008, 17:49)

mohdi:-
what to do if i want to make it fixed & centered? anyone can help
(27.01.2009, 18:46)

GW:-
It is a nice and easy to use template but one of the things about these types of layouts I find rather annoying is that the left and right columns are given a priority over the main content column.

It would be better if the content layer is prioritised before the left and right, so that when visited by google etc it is the content that is seen and indexed before the left and right - do a view of the template without css and you will see what I mean.

Cheers

GW
(13.01.2011, 04:03)

Mike N.:-
This does NOT work in IE8, the only browser that I have tried it on. If you click the right column first, the footer does not float down. If you click the header, the 3 columns are minimised but the footer does not float up.
There are plenty of versions of 3 col layout that do work correctly.
(04.12.2011, 19:10)

Stu:-
This was produced long before IE8 came on the scene. It is obvious that it does not work in this browser so do not use.
(04.12.2011, 19:20)

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