A commonly-requested layout I have encountered when developing line-of-business web sites is a request to have a
header/toolbar at the top, a fixed-width
menu on the left,
and a fixed-height
footer at the bottom, with the rest of the page (the body) dedicated to the specific application
Introducing SubtractJS. How it works and how to quickly put together a SubtractJS layout.
How to get the most out of SubtractJS. Which css properties does SubtractJS manipulate and which properties you should set to
get the most out of it.
A interactive preview. See a couple of different layouts and style sheets and what they look like together.
These samples pages demonstrate using SubtractJS in a few common scenarios. The samples have the styles embedded in them
and depend on jQuery and SubtractJS only.