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    WebGUI already comes with about a dozen different page layouts to help you organize content on your pages, ranging from Side By Side to Three Over One, Left Column, Right Column and more. But occasionally there is a need to really integrate your page layout into your style template, so much so, in fact, that you just can't get exactly what you need out of using one of the page layout templates that comes with WebGUI.
  • Making a Page Layout part of your Design
    WebGUI already comes with about a dozen different page layouts to help you organize content on your pages, ranging from Side By Side to Three Over One, Left Column, Right Column and more. But occasionally there is a need to really integrate your page layout into your style template, so much so, in fact, that you just can't get exactly what you need out of using one of the page layout templates that comes with WebGUI.  
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