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Posted by Chaddy2222 on 12/26/85 12:02

On Jan 29, 7:20 pm, "Nico Schuyt" <> wrote:
> Chaddy2222 wrote:
> > Nico Schuyt"
> >> Bazley wrote:
> >>> CSS is unbelievably unwieldy. All I want to do is have a page with
> >>> three columns. The left and right columns should be fixed width and
> >>> the central column should adjust its width to fill in the remaining
> >>> space. Such a simple concept is, I believe, virtually impossible to
> >>> code. If anyone can do it I would be very impressed.
> >> I don't understand it: there are lots of examples with three columns.
> >> Problems arise when you want equal heights of the columns or borders
> >> in between*.
> >> In that case there is a relation between the 3 columns and a table is
> >> appropriate.
> >> * for example the site of
> >> A-OK great, but when
> >> font-size is enlarged the border between column 1 and 2 is broken.
> > That all depends on how the site is coded.
> >
> Do you suggest to use px to prevent the text being enlarged (in IE)??
Nah I suggest to use em or % units (to make the text and other
features re-sizeable.
BTW if you want equal hights for a three colum layout you will
probably need to eather use tables or div's with fixxed sizes in PX.
Regards Chad.

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