"CSS positioning and layout"
CSS positioning and layout http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/WD-css3-layout-20090402/ http://webdesign.about.com/od/cssmenutemplates/CSS_Menu_Templates.htm http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/support/Training/Online/webdesign/css.html http://websitetips.com/css/templates/ http://www.artypapers.com/csshelppile/thread.php?60=60 Box model css formatting I stumbled upon, via a serious of click this very interesting site / blog written by Owen Biggs, the site is great for anyone wanting to look at “Problem & Workaround Set for a series of CSS Boxes going from a simple single box, through 3 columns with a full width top box, all with variations. The site offer the css code to make the designs possible. The site also gives some work around for some browser issues. The interest part of this site is the authors own caveat (I looked it up it means warning) he is not a fan of his own methods as he states “Box Lessons was written way back in 2001. In CSS terms that's nearly archaic……… ……..Box Lessons has some real issues. Yes, the layouts still work, but they're full of workarounds for browsers that are as dead as dodos today. And the code syntax is just awful. These pages were patched-together demonstrations for other developers. They were never meant to be examples of good form back then, and today they make me cringe. But Box Lessons didn't become an obscure historic artifact like it should have. Instead it's still a major starting point for thousands, and that leaves me with a bit of a problem. I simply don't have time to write a modern version, yet I'd be complete jerk to remove it just to save myself some embarrassment. Whatever I might happen think of the BL, it's still the all-important leg up for so many.” http://www.thenoodleincident.com/tutorials/box_lesson/index.html The warning / rant is a useful read as he does highlight the fact that templates and css tips and help are everywhere and that you should check the date on the advice/ example . Links within the site that are good I got lost on the site so I thought it may help http://www.thenoodleincident.com/ http://www.thenoodleincident.com/tutorials/css/index.html Site 2 Is again a blog with a list of great resources. http://www.artypapers.com/csshelppile/category.php?12 this is updated regularly and has s good mix of layouts. I am a fan of liquid layouts because of their compatibility with a number of devises and screens. For a templates I like: This site because of the usability for finding templates http://csscreme.com/freecsstemplates/