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    Hi, i've just set up a cam portal at www.ainsleehooper.com/cam.html. I've used tables and it's a bit dodgy looking. I was wondering if anyone had any hints. Basically, the links on the right are stretching the spaces between the pictures in the portal. If people could give me some ideas i'd love it. Also, the main page at www.ainsleehooper.com, do you think i need to advertise more what's actually on my site? or would people just look? Ainslee

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    Before I post any advice..... is Rhiannon single? :-P

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    I'd say if you want the links on the right to be fixed, give the outer table a width of 100% and the left cell a width of 100%, aligned to the center

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    Here's your cam.html page, slightly modified


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