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Free CSS Layouts

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Free CSS Layouts

Please feel free to borrow, steal, abduct, and/or torture the documents contained here. Enjoy.

Two Column Layouts

2 columns - left menu

A simple two column layout with the standard left-side menu.

2 columns - right menu

Practically the same HTML as 2 columns - left menu, but with a different stylesheet.

Three Column Layouts

3 columns - flanking menus

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.

P {padding: 10%; background-color: silver;}
<DIV STYLE="width: 200px;">
<P>This paragraph is contained within a DIV which has a width of 200 pixels,
so its padding will be 10% of the width of the paragraph's parent element.
Given the declared width of 200 pixels, the padding will be 20 pixels on
all sides.</P>
</DIV>
<DIV STYLE="width: 100px;">
<P>This paragraph is contained within a DIV with a width of 100 pixels,
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