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*lite CSS is a simple, lightweight and relatively easy to understand (x)HTML+CSS "framework" (actually it is just one stupid CSS file and some basic divs with id and class attributes to compose it) which anybody can grab and use as a base to build their own W3C standards compliant, accessible, table-less layout without the need to reinvent the wheel and experience the trouble while testing and trying to make it work flawlessly in every browser again. (Update: Thanks to recent death of IE6, this is now needed much less than in the past, but can be useful anyway. Also note that *lite CSS is included as an essential part of the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware since Tiki version 3.)

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2columnlayout 3columnlayout code crossbrowser css css-framework design development firefox fixedwidth floating framework fullwidth html ie ie6 ie7 ie8 internet_explorer konqueror layout light lightweight lite multi-column opera safari simple standards strict template web xhtml

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