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A simple two column layout with the standard left-side menu.
Practically the same HTML as 2 columns - left menu, but with a different stylesheet.
Then you can change font attributes for special pieces of text in-linewith FONT tags:
<FONT SIZE="n" FACE="name" COLOR="color">... </FONT>
Be careful about specifying fonts in the <BASEFONT> or <FONT>tag. You can count on all browsers having the basic fonts--Arial,Courier and Times Roman--but browsers that don't have the font you specifywill simply substitute some other font, and the effect you want may bediminished or lost. The <BASEFONT> or <FONT>tags can list multiple fonts in order of preference. The list should
Three columns, no tables, intelligent order of elements. What more is there to say?
Many a talented web designer has struggled with CSS-based centering. Though CSS vertical centering eludes us, two techniques for horizontal centering are approved. Take your pick: Auto-width Margins or Negative Margin.