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    Its me again. I checked my site (www.gsrbowling.com) in different resolutions and everything seems to be ok, its best in 1024 x 768, the tables and the buttons on the left column dont move. But I have noticed that the top buttons move whenever a restore the web page up or down (using the middle button at the top right) and in different resolutions the buttons move to the left or right. Is there a way I could position that table of buttons where its at and not have it move like the left column buttons. I used &nbsp a bunch of times to get the top row there.

    Also when you go to the league stats page and scroll towards the bottom, is there a way to align the numbers to the left and the names to the right.

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    Senior Member Rince's Avatar
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    Before you go any further, validate your html. There are some quite basic mistakes in there that the validator will pick up on (such as the <center> tag before the <body> tag which is in the wrong place (asside form the fact that the <center> tag is depracated from the specs).

    <br><br><br><br><br><br>

    Is not the way you make whitespace (empty space). Use padding and margins to put gaps between elements. e.g. <p style="margin-top:40px">

    Likewise &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp everywhere is not the right way to space elements. Again use padding or margins such as <img scr="somepic.gif" alt="text" style="margin-left:5px; margin-right:5px"> When you use &nbsp; and <br> to layout your page, then the results are more down to luck than anything else. What happens if I have a differnet font form the one you used, suddenly evern space is 1 or 2 px different sized. Throughs out the whole thing. You might not like it when you viewed on other resolutions, but did you look in different browsers? Firefox or opera. What about Mac or Linux. The page layout you have is radically different on each of these.


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