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bradley317
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I'm currently looking into cssing the website that I look after. I want to go the whole hog and bin tables and all formating / layout within the code.

Here is the layout I'm looking to go for...

http://dev.chester.ac.uk/sport/

The site will use a general stylesheet for page layout, then each section will have its own to allow each area to have it's own design.

I am fairly happy so far, but as I am new to this, I want to check everything is ok before I carry on developing. Can anyone spot any glaring mistakes that I should correct?

One thing I need to fix is the column lengths, if you look, you will see that the column borders do not reach the footer, which looks a bit messy. Is there a way around this?

Thanks in advance.

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nearly

looks good in IE and FB

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markaxsysdesign
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nearly

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if you look, you will see that the column borders do not reach the footer, which looks a bit messy. Is there a way around this?

One option might be to set a static height for all the columns, but this would be very unflexable and not a lot of room for adjustments.

The other option would be to have the middle column control the left and right inside borders. (this is if the middle column will contain the most content)

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