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Professional Web Design: Techniques and Templates, Fifth Edition by Clint Eccher

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CHAPTER 10CASE STUDY: MEDIUM-CONTENT CSS DESIGN

The complexity of a Web design can be deceptive. A design that looks simple can require more complex CSS coding, while a visually complex design may merely involve simple coding to achieve the proper mortising of images and content placement. The design in this chapter, while its look and feel appear similar to the design in Chapter 9, is more complex because it uses a three-column rather than a two-column design. Also, it is centered in the browser and uses mortised images on the top half of the homepage so the user can not only view the images but also click on them. The second level uses a screened version as the background image, which allows the design to add content freely over the image. ...

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