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QuestionWhere to learn how to layout components and pages? Pin
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Can anyone point me to their favorite references / websites for learning the (apparently) dark and mysterious art of laying out asp.net application pages and components. I.E. I want to create some fairly complex and sophisticated pages for an application.

I'm just not getting the layout methodology because I'm setting some controls to 100% and they only extend partway down a single screen full in my browser window, others extend mysteriously way beyond the size of my window even though there is no data in them below a third of a window.

It's like a circus or whack a mole, every change I make seemingly logically sends the whole layout into a mess of unrelated consequences.

Everything I try short of setting an explicit size in pixels seems to go weird on me and I know enough to know that setting an explicit size is wrong.

I think I need a guide for developers that is more web oriented than .net oriented. I want my pages to appear as nicely and usefully as possible on as wide a range of browser window sizes as possible within reasonable limits.

I have no books on the subject so aside from online material if you have any good ref's for books I would appreciate it. (I don't need to learn to program, I just need to learn how to get asp.net pages and components to layout properly and usefully.)
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