I’ve just discovered something amazing by the developers at twitter called bootstrap! You can go to the site in the link I just gave, but basically what it is is a solution to a large portion of the monotony of web development.
Another really thing bootstrap has done is adding a scaffolding and responsive layout standard. By using premade CSS elements, they have divided the width of each page into 12 segments, which you can use in order to make all of the elements of a page fit perfectly with each other in addition to perfect symmetry when you need it. If you have any type of design OCD like I do, you have to keep fixing the CSS until every pixel on the page is lined up, so with the scaffolding, this no longer takes a lot of your time. The responsive design simply makes all of the page elements relative and elastic, using percentages instead of fixed widths. This allows you to easily create a beautiful website design that will work on tablets and mobile phones.
Also, if you haven’t figured this out by now, the site you’re looking at was designed with bootstrap.