A common visual element in many websites is to position two blocks of content on either end of a navigation bar. The left block of content typically displays global navigational tabs or drop-down menus. The right shows today’s date or perhaps a simplified search form. This article shows how to create a “bookend” look with elements on either end of a box using CSS-styled lists. This CSS-layout technique saves a significant amount of HTML code over table-based techniques. Tests with working code yielded savings in page size ranging from 30% overall to over 73% for the HTML code alone.