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Css. 5. css. It should contain the following rules: div#content { position: relative; top: 3px } div#first-column { top: 3px; } div#container { margin-top: -3px; margin-bottom: -3px; } This variation of the design is depicted in Figure 2-4. Figure 2-4 Figure 2-4 shows that the two-column design has been achieved. That's it! css, respectively. Liquid Secondary Columns Next you learn how to create liquid secondary columns. This feat is not immediately easy to pull off, and it's one that may not meet the design goals of all projects wishing to incorporate liquid secondary columns.

2007 02:04:43] Code and Code Explanation 3. The first style sheet contains the following rules. 2007 02:04:43] multi-column. Code and Code Explanation } div#footer { border-top: none; } 4. css. 5. For the conditional comment style sheet, add the following: div#content { position: relative; top: 3px } 6. css. The resulting output should appear as it does in Figure 2-1 in Mozilla Firefox. Figure 2-1 Although the first rule has no real impact on the project, it is necessary for several reasons: body { background: white; font-family: sans-serif; margin: 0; padding: 0; } First, a background color is specified for the document.

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