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    I have been using CSS, ie making web pages that manipulate it on a major site, that was very well made, and had a database that gave me a form to fill in to create a webpage. I understand CSS entirely, and have no problem coding it, or manipulating it.

    Here is my dilemma, I have been grafted in to design a webpage for my college union team, and I am reluctant to use dreamweaver or something similar because its a bit of a cop out. How much should I include in a basic CSS document?
    Thanks

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    Senior Member Karloff's Avatar
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    well if your designing the site, use as much as you want???

    or use css for ALL your styling (like you suppose to) . simple answer but i think i may be misunderstanding you?

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    I use notepad and do it all from scratch.
    Use an existing CSS layout from someone else's site for a starting point.

    Start by finding some layouts on here:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...yout+templates


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    Thanks. I just don't know how much I'm going to need and I want to write it straight off, and I just wanted to know how long it should be, like in terms of A4 pages or something cheers mlseim.

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    It should be as long as it has to be to make it work. You shouldn't cut off your CSS just because you couldn't fit any more on the piece of paper you were scribbling it on.
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