Building a web site with a ready html or css template in Typo3

<p>Typo3 is a most used CMS (Content Management System). Its easier for a non-technical person a web site building with Typo3. It is needed only a template for building a web site. We can either make a template for a web site by ourselves with Typoscript or use a ready template. Its actually needed a few Typoscript even though we have a ready template. But that is not so much. When we have a few knowledge to build a web site , we can come through this problem. The hardest thing is taking a step, but than we are in comfort.</p>

CSS-based layout with fixed menu

<p>CSS-based web page layouts are more and more substituting table-based layouts, since processing of table-based layouts is more complex (which may prevent screen readers from correctly reading a page), and not easy to style. Pure CSS-based layouts allow complete customization by simply exchanging the style sheet.</p><p>The task of creating a pure CSS menu, which is located at a fixed position, emerges from the need for a menu which will always be available, wherever the user is scrolling. To achieve this goal, Javascript could be used, but this approach may not work on all web browsers, and component manipulations written in Javascript are not as easy to change as pure CSS.</p><p>Thus, a menu has to be created which fulfills these requirements:</p><p>- CSS, but not Javascript</p><p>- Always visible, even when the user resizes window (up to a certain degree)</p><p>- Fixed distance to the page's main content (main content is fixed size and centered in the page)</p><p>- Easy to style and customize</p><p>- Same result in all modern web browsers</p>

Displaying Websites on IE Browsers correctly

As most non-flash sites use xhtml and css only, webdesigner (or those who realize such tricky designs) must face with issues that in the end this website has to be displayed correctly — some kind of platform/browser independency. Indeed, (X)HTML is standardized by the W3C, but web-browser render websites totally differently — caused by bugs mostly (IE). This becomes quite cruical, as for ex. designs require precisely fitting their components.


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