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    Hey there!

    I've recently taken up coding as a result of being forced to take on the position of webmaster for the Chapel Choir I am a part of! As a result, I've learnt the coding from the ground up, reading tutorials and looking through instructions, and doing the coding by hand in EditPlus.

    You can find the website here:

    http://www.lionheartnetwork.com/choir/

    One small problem I'm having is the main text in the content area. While in Mozilla Firefox this appears justified, as wanted and instructed in the table cell tags, it does not appear so in Internet Explorer. Any solution to this problem would be greatly appreciated.

    Also, any general comments about my first design would be warmly received!

    Many thanks,

    - Matt

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    You have a style sheet (style.css) ... but you don't define your
    justification there ... that's where you should define it. In fact,
    you should define all the fonts, colors, etc. using "style.css".

    You have:

    .contenttext
    {
    font-size: 0.8em;
    color: #000000;
    }


    Define it here like this:

    .contenttext
    {
    font-size: 0.8em;
    color: #000000;
    text-align: justify;
    }


    Also ...
    The header.jpg image not showing ...

    You have:

    <img src="/images/header.jpg" alt="Hatfield College Chapel Choir" width="780" height="260">

    I think it should be:

    <img src="./images/header.jpg" alt="Hatfield College Chapel Choir" width="780" height="260">


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    I have put that into the CSS, but it hasn't solved the problem. (I had tried that before, incidentally, but noticed it wasn't working...)

    As for the header - that's still to be made. ^^

    [Edit: a possible solution is to use a <div align="justify"> tag, which does solve the problem.]

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    oh, I think I see now ...
    You're basically doing the same thing I suggested, just differently...

    You have:

    <div align="justify">
    <span class="contenttext">
    your text
    your text
    </span>
    </div>


    I think you could eliminate the "span" and use ..

    <div class="contenttext">
    your text
    your text
    </div>



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