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Layout - Faux Layout vs Holy Grail

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Looking at various Holy Grail techniques for html layouts, I came across Faux Positioning Layout.

What I'm curious about is the differences between the two. I have no understanding of the Holy Grail, but have a working implementation of Faux Positioning (which may be a bit harder to do than the Holy Grail).

Both are compatible among various browsers, but are they really both the same thing? They both have negative margin-left css values, I believe. Correct me if I'm wrong.


I'm also curious if there is a way to show my faux positioning layout (4 files) without wasting a huge amount of space on a thread. And I know linking outside of this page is strictly forbidden.
Aug 20 '08 #1
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And I know linking outside of this page is strictly forbidden.
Not an answer to your question(s), but simply for my own edification-- please point me to where it says "linking outside of this page is strictly forbidden."
Aug 20 '08 #2

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http://bytes.com/forum/thread819061.html is where I was personally told by moderators. Not that I was linking outside this forum, but others seemed to be...
Aug 21 '08 #3

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is where I was personally told by moderators. Not that I was linking outside this forum, but others seemed to be...

I guess this refers to the unacceptable policy of "posting links to a forum that is in competition with Bytes.com IT/Developer Network."

I thought you meant that it is unacceptable to provide a link to your site in question....
Aug 21 '08 #4

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I guess this refers to the unacceptable policy of "posting links to a forum that is in competition with Bytes.com IT/Developer Network."

I thought you meant that it is unacceptable to provide a link to your site in question....
ok... I mis-read that. Kinda hard to post here trying so much to not link anywhere else. Thanks. You've helped me a lot with that problem of mine already : )
Aug 22 '08 #5

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