Learn Design Considerations for Fixed Page Layouts in CSS


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Design considerations for fixed layouts

In this chapter, we're going to focus on building fixed layouts, and we've worked with fixed layouts already, and for the most part we've discussed all the concepts that you need to know in order to create them. So our focus here will be on defining exactly what a fixed layout is, and on the issues that you're going to need to consider when you're thinking about using them. So fixed layouts are layouts that are set to an overall fixed size that doesn't react to changes like browsers being resized or device-orientation changes. In fact, in their pure form, fixed layouts really don't care about things like the width of the browser window, what device they are on, or how the site is being viewed.

Most fixed-width layouts start with an overall width value that's applied to the body tag or to a wrapper element that surrounds the site's content. The side is then centered or aligned based on personal preference. Interior spacing is then defined for container...

Design considerations for fixed layouts
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Design considerations for fixed layouts provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the CSS: Page Layouts

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