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    I'm very new to this stuff, and I have no formal education in HTML or web designs. I'd like to get a few peoples opinions on what I've created and perhaps advice on how I could have done it better or what I should do for the next time.

    See the attachment.

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    Your coding looks sound enough with this one error that appear is a number of places:

    <font face="verdana, geneva, arial" size="1" color="ffffff"><p>Employee resources information; utility delivers HR information about employees including location, department, phone, skills experience, licenses certifications, education; also delivers projects charged information from BST and scheduled commitments from Power.<BR></font>

    You forgot your closing paragraph tag </p>, it should be like this:

    <font face="verdana, geneva, arial" size="1" color="ffffff"><p>Employee resources information; utility delivers HR information about employees including location, department, phone, skills experience, licenses certifications, education; also delivers projects charged information from BST and scheduled commitments from Power.</p><BR></font>

    With a few small exceptions like <br>, if it's opened, it must be closed.
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    Thank you for the feed back.... I think I have a clue on this stuff, but it is nice to hear from someone who can give critical feedback. I'm not sure what you mean about the <br> tag... should that be closed after its opened? The person I'm filling in for until the company can make a perm. solution has used these <br> tags everywhere.

    I read somewhere that this <br> tag isn't recommended and is a 'bad' habit. Is there a different way to perform the same function?

    I'm not sure I'd create these tables the same way again.

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    Nothing wrong with a <br> tag.

    If you want your code to be XHTML compliant, though, where everything has to be closed use <br /> rather than just <br>

    Sean

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    So for an example.... the line would be..

    also delivers projects charged information from BST and scheduled commitments from Power.</p><br /></font>

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    yes, sounds about right.

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    Thanks...


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