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    I ran across this site a while back and I can't remember how I got it, so I can't credit anyone, but it's a good read for intermediate CSS users. :thumbsup:
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    A very interesting read. However, you should be using percents instead of pixels its more browser compatible. Maybe thats why some CSS fails, but sites with percents as widths do a lot better. Everything has it flaws

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    Yes but percentages ared used for more of a liquid layout. Some designers like to have more control over the content appearance such as line breaks and flow. Pixels allow for that. But, like you said everything has its flaws. I'm sure we could all argue all night on which is better, Liquid, Elastic, or Static. They all have pros and cons.


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