On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 20:08:55 +0100, Brian Foster
<blf at blf.utvinternet.co.uk> wrote:
> please note I am not looking for a GUI (e.g., bluefish, the OOo
> web thingie, asWedit(?), Qanta Plus, (others?)) --- I've played
> with all those listed and decided I very prefer a real editor.
> what I want is, at the 'raw' HTML+CSS level, a manual(+examples)
> on formating.
I found the following article to be a useful introduction to using CSS
for formatting, as opposed to techniques using lots and lots of nested
Eric Meyer's CSS pages have a lot of beautiful examples of what you
can do using CSS for layout and decoration:
More on layouts, including two and three column variations
None of these have as much raw information as Dave O'Connor's
recommendation of w3schools.com, but they do provide some nice
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