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Overview of CSS3 multiple column layout

This tutorial gives an overview of CSS3's multi-column module, which lets you divy up content automatically into multiple columns.
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Centering floated content using CSS’s fit-content value

A quick look at how to center floated elements on the page using the new "fit-content" value of the width property in CSS.
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Responsive Web Design: Layouts and Media Queries

A responsive website is a website that will respond and adapt to the user’s behavior and screen size. This guide looks at how to create responsive website layouts.
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Beating Borders: The Bane of Responsive Layout

This article looks at how CSS's "outline" and "box-sizing" properties can help resolve issues that arise in percentage based layouts.
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Masonry CSS- vertical floats using CSS3

Radu shows us how to do vertical floats, where elements hug one another vertically, using CSS3 columns.
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The practicalities of CSS Media Queries, lessons learned

A webmaster talks about his experience with using CSS media queries to tailor a site for mobile browsers, it's pros and cons.
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The CSS 3 Flexible Box Model

CSS3's flexible box model determines the way boxes are distributed inside other boxes and the way they share the available space.
The CSS 3 Flexible Box Model
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EZ-CSS is a CSS framework that lets you quickly implement table-less CSS layouts of all sorts.
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SlickMap CSS

SlickMap CSS is a simple stylesheet for displaying finished sitemaps directly from HTML unordered list navigation. Its goal is to automate the illustration of sitemaps.
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Create Sidebars of Equal Height with Faux Columns

Creating a series of columns of equal in height can be frustrating when content in one column is longer than the others'. Here’s where the Faux Column technique steps in.

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