*pounds nail into middle of forehead* Oh yes, that does feel about as good as I do now...
At any rate, my website (http://the-mist.has.it) is still slightly under construction, but I'm coming to a rather disturbing obstacle in my road to future "webdom." Well, it's distrurbing for me anyway.
My site is dedicated to my writings, and to begin posting my works on the net, I started creating a template (like I always do) for my pages. You can view it here: http://www.geocities.com/inion_de_di.../practice.html
And no, all the "blahs" are not what I write. I simply wanted to amaze you with my blahhing ability. (pardon the sarcasm; I'm always this way)
Anyhoo, my problem lies with the middle of my table, where I have the second half to my butterfly wing. Obviously, it looks like that butterfly has had one heck of a ride to have that gap between its wing! In other words, I need to get rid of the gap. I want that second image to slide right up to the first row in the table, fitting seamlessly.
I've never quite done that, and after searching many tutorials at both this site and htmlgoodies, I could find nothing to aid me in my dilemma. So this brings me to one of two conclusions:
One: It can't be done. (Wow, that's deep...)
Two: I'm just not looking from the right perspective. (It's happened before!)
If anyone knows how to help me on this please email me, contact me via the form on my website (contact section), or just reply to this. Any help would seriously sooth my frazzled nerves (perfectionist speaking...).
Well, I'm off of webbie-world for the night, my friends! I have to get up in a couple of hours, and I might as well get that much sleep. What is it they say? That people my age (15) are supposed to get at least eight hours of sleep a day?
Good Lord...I'm going to die very young, then.