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    Senior Member megablaz0r's Avatar
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    i actually just completed a full css template - a clone of blogger.com. looking at the source to it may be of some assistance to you, so here goes:

    http://www.peerlessperfection.com/templates/app/html/ is the front page. if you click the "about" and "knowledge" menu links there are 2nd and 3rd level pages.

    http://www.peerlessperfection.com/te...l/css/main.css and http://www.peerlessperfection.com/te.../secondary.css are the two style sheets.

    there are a few rendering problems with older browsers, and my divs dont expand because thats how the client wanted it.

    you will be able to learn some from it, i think. it was my first major css project..

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    thanks russ,
    i think that helps. i need to read up on the basics of css....
    essentially, its a standard way for creating a structure/template for the layout of a page??
    how is the actual content inserted??

    -averan

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    Senior Member megablaz0r's Avatar
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    css can create structure as well as style a website - fonts, links, images, etc.

    http://www.w3.org/ has all you need to learn the basics of css.

    imagine a <div> tag as a table tag without table rows or table data (<tr>,<td>) containers. how that div is displayed and organized is determined by how you style it using your style sheet - top margin, left margin, font size, color, face, etc. your content goes inside the <div> and </div> tags just like your content goes inside of ta table.

    basically everything can be controlled with css - you can have several link styles, ie red links and green links can be on the same page, just defined by a simple id="yourlinkstylehere" inside the <a> tag.

    hope that helps, i'm very tired - sorry if some of it seems like jibberish.


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