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Hey guys,

Today, the Jforum html code has a huge ammount of tables, inline design code, etc. What do you think of use CSS Framework to improve this?

http://www.contentwithstyle.co.uk/Articles/17/a-css-framework

It basically helps to create a template that is easy to code css templates as well provide a standard xhtml code to speed up the coding. "Startup time will be next to nothing."

The base page structure is something like this


And with this, it helps to create layouts like:
  • Vertical navigation with one content column
  • Vertical navigation with two columns of content
  • Horizontal navigation with one content column
  • Horizontal navigation with 2 columns of content
  • Horizontal navigation with local navigation and one column of content
  • Horizontal navigation with local navigation and 2 columns of content


  • ps: the Appfuse guys use CSS Framework too.
    [originally posted on jforum.net by plentz]
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    YAML:http://www.yaml.de/en/

    [originally posted on jforum.net by johnnyhg]
     
    It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
     
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