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    Senior Member I Brian's Avatar
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    I'm building a site as a favour to some friends - got a problem with my tables, though:

    http://www.trade-print-warehouse.co.uk/

    The footer should be two tables beneath three main columns - the left part of the footer should fit snugle under the nav menu, and the rest under the rest of the main page.

    Here the left table in the footer moves slightly right, even though it should be 150px, as with the nav menu width.

    But then, on other paegs, this happens:

    http://www.trade-print-warehouse.co.uk/letterheads/

    The entire footer gets shifted right.


    I don't claim to be professional designer - I'm just trying to get something to work with browswers, especially IE5+. No idea why it isn't working.

    Could it be related to using cellpadding for the main etxt area, but not elsewhere?

    Many thanks for any help.

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    Senior Member mossoi's Avatar
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    At first glance it looks as though the price table on the problematic page is forcing the width of the containing td to increase in order to accomodate it.

    You might have to work out a way to display the prices so that the width of the prices table fits into the table cell without it having to expand.

    It's not the entire footer shifting right, per se, it's the whole page being made wider and the footer centreing to the, now right shifted, page midline.


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