One of the great things about the newly mature web is what's called Cascading Style Sheets, powerful ways for designers to apply actual design tactics to web pages, instead of conforming to the math-based workarounds of the beginning web. In the '90s the W3 Consortium approved a second form of CSS protocol that gave tremendous more power to designers; and now recently we finally have an environment where almost all popular browsers recognize and accept this second protocol, which is why version 11 of my site is the first to be entirely laid out using CSS2, and without a single table at all. Hooray.
I am happy to share my CSS specs for each of my templates; they took me a long time to teach myself and cobble together from other examples, so I'm always happy to speed along the process to others as much as I can. (And feel free to out-and-out copy and paste my code into other documents, too; I'm not picky about it.) It can sometimes be difficult, though, to find direct links to CSS specs at a website, so I thought I'd file an entry in my database here with direct links to them all, for those who are interested. Simply right-click (Mac users, Control-click) on the appropriate link below, and select "Save File As..." to your hard drive, then open with your favorite word-processing program.
If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact me.