In this week’s issue of A List Apart, for people who make websites:
It’s a beginning CSS designer’s nightmare and a frequently asked question at ALA: Multi-column CSS layouts can run into trouble when one of the columns stops short of its intended length. Here’s a simple solution.
Not quite liquid, yet not fixed-width either, Elastic Design combines the strengths of both. Done well, it can enhance accessibility, exploit neglected monitor and browser capabilities, and freshen your creative juices as a designer. Patrick Griffiths shows how to start.
Thanks to our brilliant authors, and heap big thanks to ALA managing editor Erin Kissane, who prepared this issue while afflicted by sniffles.