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Chapter 5. Design-O-Mite!: Explosive Layout Methods

Chapter 5. Design-O-Mite!: Explosive Layout Methods

Dreamweaver users know “layers” as <div> tags that use an absolute position defined within inline styles. Whether you call them layers or by any other name, it doesn’t matter to me. (Hey, whatever makes you happy. I mean, you can call them shnicklegroobers for all I care, really.) But sooner or later you’re going to need layers for a project and you’re going to want to know all the coolest tips for using them in Dreamweaver. You may even get so inspired that you’ll try to design your very first site without tables—unless you need to display tabular data, of course.

Frames have caused many developers I know to lose a few hairs and gain a few gray ones. Don’t let this happen to you. Learn from our experiences and see how easy developing a frame-based site can be. Even if you don’t like frames, you’ll at the very least find some great entertainment value in these tips.

Now that you know what is in this chapter, why are you still reading this introduction? Go on, turn the page and indulge yourself in the wealth of knowledge that awaits you. <sigh> You’re still reading this... </sigh> Fine, I’ll just end this introduction right now so that you can stop wasting time and get on with the chapter.


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