I'm looking for some help with a PHP-based layout of three pages, with a degree of similarity between each. I have a starting template I would like to use that features a header and sidebars on the left and right; the middle portion is the only area in need of tweaking at this point. To look at it, go here, and go to andreas09. General things I am looking for: PHP, and CSS to visually format the page objects as discreet entities. I am not overly worried about appearance as of yet, but I would appreciate an effort that didn't look like a chop shop job. What follows sounds like a set of simple PHP for loops to me, but I am open to snazzier solutions within PHP. I would like page 1 to have a text area at the top that spans the middle portion, with the area below partitioned into two equal columns that are to be filled by an arbitrary number of scrollbar text boxes with accompanying text lines above, but not necessarily the same number of boxes in each subcolumn. Each text box should be of a predetermined size, (around 2in for now,) with accompanying buttons on the left hand side of each box in the subcolumns. Such buttons don't have to work, look good, or do much of anything right now, as they are placeholders for later. Page 2 is very similar, except the columns lose their text boxes, leaving behind text space which doesn't extend beyond the allowed length, replacing overflow with ellipsis (...). For page 3, the midsection should be filled with an arbitrary number of boxes with the following characteristics: each box has small header and footer fields justified top left and bottom right, respectively, to be filled with a bit of text. Within the box, the space is partitioned evenly between left and right, the left side containing some text space followed by a small (~1in) scrollbar text box, and the right with two short paragraphs. Ideally these latter spaces would be of a set length, with any text overflow cut and replaced as above.
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