<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" 


<title>Cascading Style Sheets</title>
<style type="text/css">
body { font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;
       margin-left: 3%;
       margin-right: 3%;
       font-size: 0.9em;  }

#wrapper { background-color: #5C743D;
           color: #333333; }

#leftcolumn { float: left;
              width: 100px;  }

#rightcolumn { margin-left: 100px;
               background-color: #D5EDB3;
               color: #5C743D;  }

.content { padding: 1px 20px 20px 20px; } 

a:hover {  color: #333333;  }

.navButton { text-decoration: none;
             margin: 15px;
             display: block;
             color: #FFFFFF;  }

h2 {  background-color: #cccccc;  
      padding: 6px;  }

.myleftfloat {  float: left;
              margin-right: 10px;  }

.myrightfloat { float: right;
              margin-left: 10px;
              padding: 0px;  }


<div  id="wrapper">
  <div id="leftcolumn">
    <a class="navButton" href="home.html">Home</a> 
    <a class="navButton" href="products.html">Products</a>
    <a class="navButton" href="faq.html">FAQ</a> 
    <a class="navButton" href="contact.html">Contact</a> 

  <div id="rightcolumn">
    <h2 align="center">CSS Buttons</h2>
    <div class="content">
    <img class="myleftfloat" src="flower.jpg" alt="Flower" width="115" height="115" />    
    <img class="myrightfloat" src="tomato.jpg" alt="Tomato" width="115" height="115" />

    As web sites become an integral part of an organization's operations 
    and external communications, it is increasingly becoming more important 
    to understand, model, and utilize web site traffic and visitors' online 
    behavior effectively. By examining web log files, it is possible 
    to determine not only what, when, and by whom documents are being 
    viewed, but log files can also provide information regarding server 
    load, unsuccessful requests, and valuable marketing information. 

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    In addition to knowing what you can learn from a log file, it is equally 
    important to understand what you can't learn from a log file. In 
    particular what types of data are not captured in log files, what 
    types of data are inherently incomplete, and what types of 
    incorrect inferences can be made from log files.