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The best way to understand the css or html code for a site is to use chrome inpect element or "firebug" of mozilla and check "CSS" ,HTML n script for it
To view example of liquid layout,click here

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Hi Garrett85,

A liquid layout would be created using CSS rather than HTML, so you would need to look at and edit the stylesheet.

There isn't really anything you can 'copy' from a liquid layout and 'paste' into a static layout to change it.

Basically a static layout uses fixed widths (eg. width: 45px;) whereas a liquid layout uses relative widths (eg. width: 15%;), or doesn't define widths.

Bear in mind that liquid layouts can look a bit silly (wide and short) on very large screens. You can get round this problem by setting the max-width.

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Hi,

PLease allow me to add something. I think the closest design you can probably use that is similar to 1stbyste.com is the twitter bootstrap. It is easy to use and easy to implement. In fact, I use it a lot with smarty templating engine as a parent template...

There is another one, but for some reason I cannot remember its name.. I will post back as soon as I remember the name.. :)

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I added this line <link href="a_data/resize.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen"> to my html code and this line body { width: 100%; } to my resize.css file but I couldn't see a difference.

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