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Last reply by: Professor Strine
Thu Sep 4, 2014 8:11 PM

Post by Kestas Balevicius on July 8, 2014

How to understand float property? What it does?

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Post by Adil Alkarkhi on March 30, 2013

so I know how to control positions in sides positions, float left and change the width, what about if I want to put a content under them how to control the bottom and top positions?

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Post by Amit Patel on January 8, 2013

You could also use followings:
*{
-webkit-box-sizing: border-box; /* Safari/Chrome, other WebKit */
-moz-box-sizing: border-box; /* Firefox, other Gecko */
box-sizing: border-box;
}
at the top of style sheet to have header, footer, nav, section, and aside to fit to the box so that all elements fit, and doesn't required any adjustment in pixel. \

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Last reply by: Robert Bartram
Mon Jan 2, 2012 6:58 AM

Post by Robert Bartram on January 1, 2012

Hi, Just a note of interest. I tested code using IE9 and looks like some of the features of HTML5 are not supported. However found the same code works fine for Firefox and Safari. Thanks

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Last reply by: Brenton Strine
Fri Aug 19, 2011 6:09 PM

Post by JC Vargas on April 19, 2011

Why did we give the section a class name and not and id? what does it make a difference at this point? Video possition 5:20. Thank you

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Layout HTML 0:46
    • Page Layout
    • Avoid Contracting Divitis
    • Header, Nav, Aside, Section, and Footer
  • Example: A Basic Layout 3:55
    • Step 1: Structure Page, Apply Basic Styles, and Position Elements Correctly
    • Step 2: Use Container Elements and Center the Layout
    • Step 3: Add an Aside Column
    • Step 4: Create Two Main Content Columns
    • Final Result and Conclusion