When I was looking to see what the W3C say about Containers I found that W3.css has it covered. In the discussion on Containers <div> tags are referred to as containers and classes are created to determine their behaviour in a layout.
The W3C Schools website is obviously constructed using W3.css
W3.css is a Framework
When this page has the w3.css file linked - the first thing I see is that the text colours on my side menu are in conflict. The responsive nature seems to be okay. I have commented it out so that the meu can be seen
The toggle function
When the page loads the W3 Framework is not linked.
- More Experiments with w3.css
- W3.css Website Templates
- Bootstrap - another Framework
- Modals not using W3.css Framework
- Conflict Test - linking the W3 Framework but not really using it.
- Parish Council Website - using the W3 Framework