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    Bottom of page differences

    This is the last section of my class and I'm trying to figure out what is the issue here. I went through the book exactly as it says and for some reason it's not working properly.

    http://kansasoutlawwrestling.com/blooms/

    What is supposed to happen is the bottom of the page is supposed to be the same for all the pages if you click on one of the links the bottom area is supposed to be the same but its not showing up on a few of them in FF and in IE they look different from one page to another.

    Anybody have a clue?

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    What class is this for? Surely a modern Web design/development class is not teaching table-based layouts? (Not judging, just asking.)

    There is a colspan="4" missing from the <td> containing the site name and phone number. (The <td> at the bottom of http://kansasoutlawwrestling.com/blooms/classes.html uses colspan="4" to get the image to stretch all the way across.)

    You will need to break or clear the alignment between the main content table and the table that contains the bottom navigation links to get the latter to show up underneath the former.

    Fix these issues and then we can talk about the text styling.

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    Its for an advanced web page design class I'm in.

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    You've confused me.


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