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    Hello,

    I have a website http://www.affila.com/ and I created it with FrontPage. I use a FrontPage theme called "Clear day" for my website.

    How can I create a left column in different color for all my pages? A column that is in yellow color and goes till the bottom of the page, just like in http://www.ezinequeen.com/ .

    Let me know!

    Ron

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    You may want to learn how to use front page a little bit - read some tutorials, or buy a book. Creating a left column is easy, but you need to know how to use tables. You want to insert a cell that spans multiple rows, so it will run the length of the page (sounds confusing, I know). Tables divide your site layout into different sections, and you can do a lot with that. Also, learning HTML wouldn't hurt, www.w3schools.com is a great reference with some good tutorials.u

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    please tell me more

    Thanks!

    How can I make a column span multiple rows. Please tell me how I can set this up.

    Ron
    http://www.affila.com/

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    Code:
    <td rowspan="5">
    It's probably going to create some errors the first few times you play around with it. Also, be sure to check your page in a browser other than IE. IE is very forgiving when it comes to bad syntax.

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    Senior Member ericbusch's Avatar
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    I have posted a tutorial(not comprehensive) on the basics of HTML tables. This should help you with rowspan and colspan. Please keep in mind that there is a lot more to tables than this, but this is a good starting point. Play with the code, edit it and see what you end up with.

    Also, maybe more folks from the forum could offer their opinions and advice about the use of tables and the tutorial itself.

    Here is the link. I hope it helps!

    http://www.ericbusch.net/HTMLtables.html

    Eric
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