Thank you very much. I will take a look.
Sure sounds like it, though I hope I don't have to purchase the
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Saturday, February 05, 2005 9:58 PMTo:
email@example.comSubject: re: [WSG] design of Macromedia
not sure which 1 ur talking bout but
communitymx.com showed how to do it this week
Recreating Macromedia's LayoutMacromedia's current web site layout
contains two effects that are very popular today: equal-height columns and
rounded corners on columns and boxes. When these two effects are combined, it
creates a slick and impressive looking web site. Although there are numerous
articles out there describing how to achieve both of these effects in CSS, there
is not much written about how to achieve both of them in conjunction.
Surprisingly, the effect can be quite simple to achieve, as our deconstruction
of Macromedia's site will reveal. We'll show you how they achieve this layout
feat, then describe an alternative way to produce the rounded corner effect that
is more streamlined.
Sendhttp://www.communitymx.com/abstract.cfm?cid=AC5ACif ur not a
member it will cost ya a few bucks but well worth it, they have been putting on
lots of this stuff lately
From: "ByteDreams" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Saturday,
February 05, 2005 8:56 PMTo:
firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: [WSG] design of Macromedia
siteA long while back I ran across an article someplace
explaining how thosecontent boxes and the images on macromedia's website
were created. I lovethis style, and was looking for a similar tutorial.
discussion list for http://webstandardsgroup.org/See
http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfmfor some hints on posting to
the list getting