Now, this can be problematic (from a design standpoint) when you wish to style one of your CSS columns in a way that should extend all the way down to the end of the layout, such as giving a side column an explicit background color, a surrounding border etc.
In comparison to the online dating landscape in Germany, online dating in the Netherlands is dominated by only two market players (I’ll go into detail on these particular websites below).
These cities are where the singles tend to congregate and will give you the highest chance for dating success.
Should you decide to sign up for the online dating sites I recommend below, be sure to read member profiles carefully as you might come across a lot of fake profiles and women looking for “clients.” Usually, I can spot these profiles pretty easily.
A woman who has only one picture posted, is wearing a form-fitting outfit and making an overly suggestive pose are usually clear signals to steer clear.
Ok Trends first online dating advice post was about the number of responses members of Ok Cupid see from first contact messages of different lengths (see Story).
Their second advice article takes a look at what members should say in these messages to increase the likelihood of a response.
Ok Cupid based it's data on over 500,000 first contact messages from their dating site. Any statistic information given is based on the average reply rate of all messages of 32 percent.
I've decided to create a 2 level Tab Menu based 5 of the CSS horizontal menus found here.
Turn to this script when you need your CSS menu to support a second horizontal level.
Oh yes, and if you like the script please digg it (to the right)!
A common pitfall of a CSS based columns layout is that the columns do not share a common height.
Unlike a table based layout where the height of the table itself dictates the height of all of its columns, CSS columns are independent of one another in that respect.