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    Question How do I create the basic layout for this site?

    Hello,

    I'm attempting to build a site similar to this one: Web Design Kent | Red Bullet And i'm wondering what is the basic layout for it. I don't care much for the dynamic parts, or the fonts, or graphics. My main question falls into are they using DIVS for each of the colored blocks/segments? Are those set up to full width? And how are they position?

    Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    View source, or use your browser's dev tools to check it out. No better way to learn.
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    You're going to have to look at the CSS to find out how exactly they're positioned. Like Ronald said, your browser's dev tools are the best way to check it out.

    In Chrome, just right click on anything you're curious about and select "Inspect Element" for which CSS properties are styling it. It looks like there's some responsive and JavaScripty stuff going on that page too.

    You may want to start off with a simpler example if you're new to this stuff.


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