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PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual Quickpro Guide, Second Edition by Larry Ullman

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Creating the Templates

The application in this chapter will use a new template design. This template makes extensive use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), creating a clean look without the need for images. It has tested well on all current browsers and will appear as unformatted text on browsers that don’t support CSS 2 (including text browsers like Lynx). The intended layout for this site (Figure 13.1) is derived from one freely provided by BlueRobot (www.bluerobot.com), a good, albeit outdated, source for basic CSS templates.

Figure 13.1. The basic appearance of this Web application.

To begin, I’ll write two template ...

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