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  1. #1
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    i am relatively new at this and i want to do a site with some tables embedded in it, of course. the thing is i want to do it the best way, so the 'if it works, it's good' thing doesn't quite serve my needs. now i am doing exactly that. i am currently learning about css's and from what i have read, everything tends to use this, so i will do it too.

    for positioning tables i use something like this:

    <span style="position: absolute; left: 15; top: 75">
    <table bgcolor="#FF6600" width="120" height="15" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0">
    , because it is quite easy to change numbers in the position, left, top... i am asking if what i use is good and if it is obsolete or not, and if it's not good, can you give me something better (and with the same simplicity) than this?


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    Junior Member towerboy's Avatar
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    I works, however I would be concerned with compatibility issues with some web browsers (some browsers are just picky that way when it comes to those things). I guess from my past experience in building sites, I just tend to position tables within tables using colspan, rowspan, and using spacers images (they are 1x1 pixels and are transparent). This works much better with me.
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