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Posted by Jeff on 01/29/08 14:57

Nico Schuyt wrote:
> 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.

Don't you guys read this group?

There's a post, originated by myself, on the 22nd about equal height
columns. In it Nik Coughlin completely explains the CSS solution,
Dorayme has a simple fix for center or one side longer, and I have a
drop in javascript for columns anywhere, including rows and rows and
rows of floated thumbs.

All of those adjust to font or browser resizing.

The equal height column Holy Grail has been beat.


> * for example the site of A-OK
> looks great, but when font-size is enlarged the border between column 1 and
> 2 is broken.

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