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Thread: Table Problems

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    I am having some problems on my website photoshopcreations.com. On the main layout i am using, I used imageready to slice up the layout and to generate the code (Please noone coment on that. I know its "cheating"). I then turned all of the table cells images into the background and deleted the image tags.

    To make a long story short, My table is too big for my screen (1024 x 768). I wanted to get rid of the spacer collumn on the right and left, but when I did that, it messed up the whole table. I need help on how to delete the left and right spacer collumns without messing up my whole table.

    Oh yeah. If I could get rid of the white space on the bottom, that would be great too.
    The html is here

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    The link you gave is wrong, www.photoshopcreations.com

    For the white space after the table, you would need to use CSS to set the tables margin-bottom to 0.

    Your codes pretty heavy, what did you try?

    Take out the td's that have the spacer.gif's

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    I want to stick to html. Id prefer not to learn CSS or even work work with it. I was thinking that getting rid of all colspan and rowspan tags might do it. Would that work?

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    Using CSS is probably much easier than you think ....

    I made an example site for you using CSS (in about 10 minutes).

    You can view the HTML and CSS file ... copy them and use them
    however you wish. You'll see where the content gets inserted,
    and how the <div> ID sections correspond to the definitions in the
    .css file. Change various things and see what happens. Like the
    background colors, etc.

    Look up some CSS tutorials on Google for help also.

    It's really so easy and best of all, every page you make can use the
    same CSS style sheet file. You have full control over the looks of your
    links, your sections, borders, colors, fonts ...

    Here is the example site with your graphic banner:

    http://www.catpin.com/pc



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