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Foundation HTML5 with CSS3 by Jason Garber, Craig Cook

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Chapter 9

Page Layout with CSS

Over the last eight chapters you’ve become familiar with all the HTML elements you’ll need to build your own web pages. Along the way you’ve picked up a healthy dose of CSS, learning how to give your content a bit more style and learning a few useful effects and techniques. Most of the CSS tips we’ve shown you so far have been on a relatively small scale, styling individual elements or limited aspects of your content. In this chapter we’re finally going to tackle the bigger picture and show you a few ways you can use CSS to lay out your web pages.

In years past, before CSS was widely supported or adopted, web designers ...

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