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    Member Nickhead's Avatar
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    I am struggling over here. I design websites using layers. That's just the way ive always done it. I think you have more freedom that way. Anyhow I am creating my band's new website, and the design requires the site to be centered. When people view it with different resolutions it is off center. (i designed it in 1024) There are also resizing problems that arise when using layers opposed to tables. You guys know what im talking about.

    So i tryed to convert the site to tables using dreamweaver 4.0. The results are far from ideal. The site gets torn apart when this happens.

    Check it out...
    http://www.looseleafmusic.com/busted...indextweak.htm
    (this is the layers version)

    http://www.looseleafmusic.com/busted...ndexbackup.htm
    (and the tables version)

    Should i get dreamweaver mx? maybe that could make a difference, probably something i should do anyhow.

    Also, what is the story with the wierd spaces in the text under the "shows" column, i dont understand it.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,
    -nick
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    try adding a <br> after every <img> element.

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    IMMEDIATELY after (no spaces)

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    Actually, on second look, that's not your problem at all... the problem is the gradients on the left and right sides of your banner... you should convert them to background images (one pixel high, repeated vertically). That should solve all your problems.

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    And on further inspection, I don't see why you're making such a complex slice of your banner image... you'd probably make your life a heck of a lot easier just making it one image.

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    What about the wierdly placed text in the right shows column? Why does it do that.
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