Multi-column CSS layouts

January 21, 2006


Multi-column CSS layouts

Multi-column CSS layouts are always challenging thanks to the many browser quirks and variations in adherence to standards. Most designers who venture into this territory inevitably spend hours if not days trying to get an element to position just right. I have done the same and when time is short (when is it not?), I usually fall back on good old tables.

Today I discovered the CSS Source Ordered Variable Border 1-3 Columned Page Maker. I have been playing with it for only a few minutes and found it to be an impressive piece of work. It makes creating multi-column CSS layouts a breeze. Check it out.

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