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    Help/consulting: 9 page grid with anchor navigation

    Hi guys!

    I need some consulting on what way to go to make something like this (check image).

    The idea is a page that resizes (optional) to the window.
    When you first visit the site, it should show #home. Then by clicking anchorlinks you will get to the different parts of the site. I will use a scrollTo script so the visitor see how the page is scrolling, etc. but the problem is getting the layout.

    How would you go about. I appreciate any pointers on how to tackle this, or what to google.

    Thank you!

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    Just a set of divs with a css attribute of float:left;
    a set of divs with display:table-cell inside a set of divs with display:table-row within a div with display:table
    or use a table if the data is tabular

    I've got some grid formats here.
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    Hello erneholm,
    I think this might be a little more js than I'm prepared to dig into today. Look at an idea I had for the markup though, using ap so you can place those outer grid elements off the screen -
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <title>Untitled Document</title>
    	<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js"></script>
    	<script src="jquery.scrollTo-"></script> 
    <style type="text/css">
    html, body {
    	height: 100%;
    	width: 100%;
    	margin: 0;
    	font: 100% "Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    	color: #000;
    #tl, #tm, #tr,
    #ml, #home, #mr,
    #bl, #bm, #br {
    	height: 100%;
    	width: 100%;
    	position: absolute;
    #tl {top: -100%;left: -100%;}
    #tm {top: -100%;left: 0;}
    #tr {top: -100%;right: -100%;}
    #ml {top: 0;left: -100%;}
    	#home {top: 0;left: 0;}
    #mr {top: 0;right: -100%;}
    #bl {bottom: -100%;left: -100%;}
    #bm {bottom: -100%;left: 0;}
    #br {bottom: -100%;right: -100%;}
    	<div id="tl">Top Left</div>
        <div id="tm">Top Middle</div>
        <div id="tr">Top Right</div>
        <div id="ml">Middle Left</div>
        <div id="home">
        	<ul id="nav">
            	<li><a href="#tl">Top Left</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#tm">Top Middle</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#tr">Top Right</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#ml">Middle Left</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#home">Home</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#mr">Middle Right</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#bl">Bottom Left</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#bm">Bottom Middle</a></li>
            	<li><a href="#br">Bottom Right</a></li>
        <!--end home--></div>
        <div id="mr">Middle Right</div>
        <div id="bl">Bottom Left</div>
        <div id="bm">Bottom Middle</div>
        <div id="br">Bottom Right</div>
    That jQuery ScrollTo can be found here. I'm not sure yet that's the right one for this.
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