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    Help with this problem (i dont even know what to call it) Easter Newsletter

    Please bare with me. Teaching myself as I go, started a few days ago haha.

    Ok so I'm using Dreamweaver to create the HTML code for my Newsletter.

    Yesterday I learnt how to put text over and image by placing the image in a table/cell, cutting it and editing the td tag and placing a browser specific image.

    Now, when I come to copy the code from the Dreamwever and place it in the newsletter creator in my CMS, everything works except the two places where I have text over images. Only the text is showing and I can't for the life of my find the src for the image that is supposed to be underneath it.

    View image: Screen1

    View image: Screen2

    FYI, images souorces have been changed from hard drive location to FTP when moved over to the CMS and everything else works fine. This is what I've got so far.

    View image: Screen3

    Please help, I need to send this today. Thanks.

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    You should not be using <table> for page layout, or use <table> anything pertaining page design.

    Tables are for "tabulated" data displayed on a page, example, data pulled from a database and displayed as a table.

    It's all about using CSS (cascade style sheets) for your layout.

    I don't know what else to say. You pretty much have to start over.

    And if your Dreamweaver program is using <table> for layout, how old is your software?

    Look for layouts that use <div> instead of <table>.
    Look online via Google for tutorials about CSS.



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