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tennis4you
07-13-2008, 06:15 PM
Thank goodness for a forum like this! A newbie is at work here and needs help.

I am working on my wife's website and I am struggling. I am basically laying out a template in tables. I am sure this is not the best way to do it, but I really do not know of any other way. Here is my problem:

I have an image on the top and then (2) columns below it. One column (on the right) is full of images) and the one on the left will be the editable region. But when the editable region gets too large is starts to move the images on the right (pushes them down).

I am at a loss, I really want to fix that right column of images from ever moving and give wifey the opportunity to type to her hearts content and make the editable region a mile long if she wishes without moving the right column of images.

Since I am bad at explaining stuff like this here is the link the site if you need to view the setup: http://www.magpiesong.com/

Any help anyone could give me would be awesome! I am using Dreamweaver 3 (Yeah, it is old).

I did this with my site (tennis4you.com) and someone took my template and fixed the table on the left, so I think it can be done, I just do not know how they did it.

Also, there is a horizontal line between the right column of images and the top banner image. I would like that line to go away, but I do not know if that is possible or not.

I appreciate your time!

Thank you,

Scott Baker

VIPStephan
07-13-2008, 06:22 PM
<table border="0" width="850" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">

<td height="508" width="176" valign="top">

tennis4you
07-13-2008, 06:27 PM
Dude that is awesome, thank you, it worked like a charm?

Is there a way to get my editable region to always be at the top? It is starting in the middle right now and I have to add a ton of spaces below it to push it up.

Thanks again, good stuff!!!

VIPStephan
07-13-2008, 06:47 PM
Again:


<td rowspan="2" height="1144" width="679" valign="top">



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