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    Ok, im making a site with all sliced peices. Im gonna try to do it with a table so far it isnt going to great, too many spaces and they're not coming close enough. Whats another way to do it? im gonna code it in PHP.

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    Since you asked.. Let me be frank when I say how you are approching building this site is sorta dated. Even though slicing up an image and reassembling them using tables will more than likley work, is usually a technique that beginning designers use since it is the easist concept to grab. It is hardly ideal from a usability standpoint, and really offeres little in the way of SEO and numerous other benifits.

    Rather I would encourage you to use valid markup(at least no table based layouts) and CSS to format everything else. If you could provide a link or some type of example of what your working with we can probably help you better see what im babbling about.


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    http://www.jw1re.com/portfolio/radioxcast.jpg

    What kind of coding should i do? How would i do it with CSS, i thought it was only to identify certain things like, heade/font/text size and things like that. How am i supposed to Make a site with 1 image, not sliced? Thanks, for all the info your giving me btw.

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    RJ ... a link to your site, not a .jpg

    We need to see the <table>s to see what you're doing.


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    Well, i thought u just said i should just do it in a different thing than tables.

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    www.zamNProductions.com/radioxcast.html

    I gave up after i realized it lookked screwed up :\

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    I am the one who suggested that you use another method then tables.. and i only did that because you asked if there was another method. However to go over css and how to use it would be redundant when there are so many good tutorials already covering the topic. Do a search on "tableless layouts"


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    Nothing showed up when i clicked the link but I was able to view your source, the images just wernt there.

    Nobody gets it right the first time or even the second.. it takes practice


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    Your images probably aren't uploaded into the path
    that you have specified in your HTML.

    Don't give up though.... upload what you have
    and let us look. Things might be much easier than
    you think.


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    yeah, i know about that i just forgot about that.

    http://www.zamnproductions.com/radioxcasthtml.html


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