OK, I think I might be figuring something out. But I find that I use id when I have a section/area I want to set basic box settings, sizing, location of the box. But then when it comes to the look of individual types of elements like input etc, I choose to use classes instead. Is this the basic way that people are using to determine when something should be styled via its id or class?
Ah, looks like I should now use <section> instead of <div> for the purpose I was using <div> for was to be a section.
Also, I am trying to make sure I never use tables again, and I think boxes and inner boxes with divs can do a lot, but I also think columns are a cool thing. But I don't understand how to create and use them on a page. What do you guys think.
Last question is about vertical positioning. So I created a <header> and I have a <div id="leftSide"> and a <div id="rightSide"/> to break the header into two parts, and it actually works. The one thing I was trying to do was to create the left side with the text at the top and my "buttons" at the bottom of that section. I can move it down with padding or the like, but like float left or right, I was expecting something to place on the bottom of a section/div. Is there such a way? (I attached a screenshot)
Thanks Eric. I will have to examine it more while flying tonight out the Philly. Gonna be in Hershey's till Friday then back to Philly from Sat-Thurs. PM me if you are anywhere near those location and we can meet up.
subject: Lookout, I'm here just to mess with Eric. Got real questions though CSS stuff, columns, class vs id