When I designed
Beez, I consciously tried to answer constantly surfacing CSS questions, using content floating just as much as absolute positioning within relative elements.
Web professionals shouldn't have any problems customizing the previously listed code to their needs. It will, however, be definitely more difficult for the layperson.
In the CSS folder are a number of CSS files with various tasks.
Positioning and presentation were intentionally put into separate files. This has the advantage that you only have to modify the
layout.css file if you want to change colors, with the positioning being left untouched. In other words, there will be fewer errors.