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  1. #1
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    hey guys,
    Im having a hard time trying this out I am adding google ad sense to my site. I have the google search bar, and I have it set to open in a window called /google.html in an iframe on the lower right hand corner. The thing is google ask for at least 795px in with. So I thought I would try putting it in a table that shows the data, and wean clicked expands to the 795px width. The thing is I dont understand the float concept. The expanding table needs to float over the main body of text. on the left hand side of it. i know i dont have the iframe set up right im more concerned about the table. my site is nativeology.com any help would be greatly appreciated

    native [horton]
    its the home page that its on

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    Is this the part you're talking about?

    <iframe src="http://www.nativeology.com/google.html" width="100%" height="290" align="right"><p>See our <a href="news.html">newsflashes</a>.</p></iframe>

    Coding your site by hand is a great learning experience and all, but there are some
    problem areas between IE and FF with your layout. You might want to find a free
    CSS template and customize it for your own "look".
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...ree+css+templa

    Using something like a template as a "base layout" will give you a good place to start.



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