HTML and CSS Reference
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Layouts are not the easiest of CSS techniques to learn, but there are many well-documented,
well-supported methods that you put into play. And while getting a layout to work across
a wide range of browsers consistently can at times seem challenging, the long-term benefits
you enjoy in terms of redesign flexibility and adaptability across devices make understanding
these techniques far more rewarding than simply using CSS for setting background colors or
making fonts look pretty.
In the next chapter we look at creating common page elements, the idea being that, now
you've learned how to position the page elements, we can concentrate on the page elements
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