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[1]Here is a standard list based layout

[2] And funky list layout (this one looks a bit different on IE vs. Firefox, so you may want to try both...)

The funky list is based on Anton Andreasson's Big Boxes over on Listamatic.

I'd like to be able to do something similar to http://posters.seindal.dk/ but without relying on nasty tables, anybody have any astounding solutions or comments on the funky list? :roll:

Thanks for your help!

Respectfully,
-J.D. Hodges
http://weblogs.us - free Movable Type based blogs

P.S. If somebody make a very elegant (not too many divs or spacers) CSS list based layout that takes the info in [1] and emulates the look/functionality of http://posters.seindal.dk/ plus works in Firefox and IE, then there is a $50 reward. And you can ask girlie, I pay up when someone delivers Laughing out loud

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Using lists creatively

I found a css solution and wrote about it. Here is the result. It's not pretty yet, but it achieves a DMOZ type directory look with pure CSS and HTML lists, none of that table bizness Wink