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ianlange11
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hello, I have been wanting to get rid of my frames and was reffered to using css. I understand the concept but I cant make it work right. So could someone make me an external css file to look like this page: www.wooster.edu/woods You'd only need to make the homepage and then i can figure it out from there.

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Could someone do me a favor, kind of as an example

Check out the following:

http://www.pmob.co.uk/temp/3colfixedtest_4.htm

Examples 1,2,3,4 (left column) are all examples of 2 column layout which are similar to the one you give. If you search the web you can find many other examples like these.

Good luck!!

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Could someone do me a favor, kind of as an example

Yes that is kind of what i want but i want to do it with an external file.

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Could someone do me a favor, kind of as an example

If you mean you want to use an external CSS file to hold all the CSS rules then you need a line similar to the following:

<link href="../css/SomeFile.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

This causes the page to link to an external CSS file. It is common for examples like the those in the link above to contain the CSS to make it easier to view both HTML and CSS and to have access to both.

Otherwise I am not sure what you are asking for.

Good luck!