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mike:-
i need help making a page layout in xhtml and css...i need some major help...email me if you are willing to help...for free?

Masterchief3k@gmail.com
(01.04.2006, 09:34)

Tom:-
This is simply beautiful. Nothing could be finer.
(04.04.2006, 20:56)

John:-
This is absolutely the best listing of examples that I have been pointed towards. Thank you for posting these.
(27.04.2006, 20:01)

SIMON:-
I would just like to say THANK YOU Stu. This is by far the most helpful and inspiring website on CSS I have ever seen.
(02.05.2006, 06:04)

Morkster:-
Stu...all I gotta say is..."Thanks!".
(21.06.2006, 23:34)

Mark:-
In IE 6, is there anyway to enforce a min width in the center column? In Firefox, the center column stops compressing at some point, but IE appears to keep crunching?

Many thanks. Love the site....
(01.08.2006, 04:22)

Stu:-
Mark, you couls try the min-width hack demonstrated in the 'Boxes' list www.cssplay.co.uk/boxes/minwidth.html
(01.08.2006, 08:03)

Art Ketcham:-
This is a beautiful template. I'm glad I found this. One IE 6 bug I discovered was that when you decrease the width of the window by resizing it, once the center column is smaller than its contents can be reduced to, the contents of the right column will be forced over onto the center column, and will force the center column's content down. It would not be an issue if MSIE supported min-width, I guess.
(15.09.2006, 03:26)

Art Ketcham:-
Opps, just noticed the post before mine about min-width. sorry about that
(15.09.2006, 03:27)

Roy:-
Doesn't work in IE7
(26.09.2006, 22:10)

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