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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Working with DIV Layouts

If you are using SharePoint Server 2010 then you have the added advantage of utilizing publishing page layouts, discussed in Chapter 15, “Creating New Publishing Page Layouts,” for laying out content throughout your sites. Page layouts in SharePoint Server 2010 are mostly constructed using CSS (DIV) layouts, as are other page elements defined within the default master page, including banners, menus, and the ribbon. Creating new ASPX pages in SharePoint Designer enables you to create your own unique DIV-based layout as opposed to using tables. DIV layouts, also referred to as fluid layouts, are more flexible than tabular layouts, and they enable you to easily position content anywhere on a page using absolute, relative, ...

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