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March 29th, 2006

Well, the design is done. It is more about movement of content and navigation than actually a beautiful design. It is my proof-of-concept for a liquid design with multiple layouts and maneuverability. The css could be modified even further to allow for 4 columns or more, but I will leave that to you. The main idea is to learn from how the css is being used to manipulate the design structure. Thanks!

March 26th, 2006

As I assumed, this will not be done in time to get it in for the contest. I have, however, found an awesome way to do multi-column layouts in CSS. PLEASE check out the CSS and alternate layout pages. This is a VERY important progression in my knowledge of CSS and many people can learn from this lesson.

Also, the trick on the tabs is something I had been thinking about for a while, having a tab flip up for the current section is pretty cool and effective. Decided to make the entire thing fluid. Hope it comes accross as nicely as it can.

March 24th, 2006

I wanted to make a design for the city life contest at



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