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What NOT to do with CSS

Adrian Roselli (aardvark) wrote some excellent tips about using (or not!) absolute positioning with CSS in his new article, The Wrong Way to Use CSS in Page Layouts. Less is more once again, as you’ll see in Adrian’s examples. See what to avoid and what to watch for with using absolute positioning.

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