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Chapter 24. Using Word to Develop Web Co... > Building Multi-Column Layouts with T...

Building Multi-Column Layouts with Tables

Web pages very commonly use tables to create multi-column layouts. The “traditional” organization of a Web page is to place a navigation bar at the left or top and the main content to the right or below. Figure 24.15 shows an example of the left/right layout, and Figure 24.16 shows an example of the top/bottom one.

Figure 24.15. A Web page that uses a table to create a left-right layout with links to other pages at the left.



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