Saturday 25th of October 2014 09:00:52 AM

Nice and Free CSS Templates

a lot easier. Obviously, they're left-floating images. Theinteresting part will be recreating the way they hang out into theblank space to the left of the column.

If we just give these pictures the style float:left, they'll be completely contained withinthe column. However, since the first column has a left margin, all wehave to do is give images a negative margin-left,like this:

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Menu und content

Menu fixed, content

Menu und content

3 columns all

4 columns all

Menu floating

Menu fix, Inhalt u.
Head dynamic

3 columns fix

dynamic mit
Head und Footer

fixed BOX centered

dynamic BOX

fixed Box total
rgb(255,255,255) represents white. Most of you will recognize this number range from other sources: it's the decimal equivalent of an 8-bit binary number. If you don't recognize this, then it's enough to know that computers employ binary values (on/off ) for everything, including representations of numbers and colors, and 255 is one of the numbers that just naturally fall out of that sort of setup.

Anyway, this is almost exactly the same as setting percentage values: only the scale is different, going up to 255

Applies to

all elements

colorIE4 Y/Y IE5 Y/Y NN4 Y/Y Op3 Y/-

Sets the foreground color of a given element. For text, this sets the text color. The value of color is inherited by any borders of an element, unless they have had a color set border-color.


STRONG {color: rgb(255,128,128);}
box to become taller than normal. This does notchange the value of line-height for anyelement in the line, including the image itself.Instead, the line box is simply made tall enough to accommodate thereplaced element, plus any box properties. Inother words, the entirety of the replaced element -- content,margins, borders, and padding -- is used to define theelement's inline box. The following markup gives one suchexample, (shown in
Figure 8-65):