|Joel Uckelman on 5 Dec 2001 04:27:27 -0000|
[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]
|Re: hosers-talk: web crap|
Thus spake "Jon Stewart": > What is the magic acronym I need to research in order to give a website a > global template (header, side bar, footer, etc.) and have it defined in > only one place (as opposed to every page in the site)? > > Does CSS do the job, or does it only do text stuff? > > I just need a point in the right direction. It's more complicated than that. CSS lets you alter the display properties of elements, but doesn't cause elements to be displayed. If you want a uniform header, define a div.header in your stylesheet for it, and put all the crap that goes in your header at the top of every page. Maybe there is some better way, but I don't know what it is. -- J.