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Adventures in CSS part II

Well, it's true. Basic CSS is very easy. However, as soon as I started table-free CSS layout design I realized that this was an all new game. I'm still very much of a novice, but I can see why folks started using words like "zen" with CSS. It's almost a meditation.

I'm still keeping it simple, but here's a sneak peak at my attempt to design with two columns a banner and a footer: Table of Contents for GalaxyGoo

We all need a little help from our friends..I got some help over at bit-101. I'm posting a link to the thread because it may be useful to others.

Comments

Looking good Kristin - I like it! If you have any questions about anything feel free to shoot me an email too ^_^

Thanks Mike!

Getting layout to work across browsers is such a pain! But I'm slowly figuring things out. At the same time, we're working on a new structure for the main page and other intro pages...to make it easier for folks to see what GalaxyGoo is about and to find what they're looking for. Lots of work.