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Need some debugged standard layouts

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I've read and understood the w3 specs on css1 and css2. I've done some
positioned layouts on my own system that worked as expected. But - I'm
concerned about letting anything on to the live system because all I
hear are bugs, workarounds and hacks.

The last straw was the ie6 peekaboo bug. I don't have ie6 and in a
panic had to phone my brother the other side of the country to tell
him to browse my simple site and describe what he saw. It would seem
peekaboo was not there.

So - is there a library of standard layouts that are fully debugged
that can be adapted to suit a particular purpose.

Or is it wise to look at a nice big corporate site and assume it's had
the $$$'s spent on it to have been fully tested on all likely browsing
devices and so borrow thier ideas? Probably unwise! In any case they
mostly use table layouts - for a good reason?

So I need a debugged library of css layouts - any help appreciated.

Jul 20 '05 #1
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