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DiarYofaMadmaN
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Ok I think I finally figured out all this CSS stuff sorta. It's a lot of fun once you understand how all of it works. My ugly layout can be found here: http://maxforcepc.ath.cx:81/maxforcepc/css/index.htm Lol nvm the langage is in the center column cause I don't even know what it says. I was following some guide to learn all this.

Anyways back to the my question, the left and right floats are going to be used for my navigation. I'm stumped on how I would go about putting links in there and images. If you notice the top header that says Home, company, and ECT... These will be converted to links. Not really sure how I would go about setting up this navigation.. Any suggestion on how I can aproach this?

-peace

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how to go about setting up a navigation...

My personal preference for nav links (and few other peoples as well) is to use unordered lists... here's a fantastic tutorial site for each and every conceivable (well almost) occurrence of using lists, both vertically and horizontally:

http://css.maxdesign.com.au/

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how to go about setting up a navigation...

co2 wrote:
My personal preference for nav links (and few other peoples as well) is to use unordered lists... here's a fantastic tutorial site for each and every conceivable (well almost) occurrence of using lists, both vertically and horizontally:

http://css.maxdesign.com.au/

The thing is, the list will constently change do to each link that is pressed. Is it possible to do this inside one div?

-Peace