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    how do I space my links?


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    There are sveral ways to do this. One simple way (not saying the best way ) is to use the nonbreaking space special character & n b s p ; (same as & # 1 6 0 ;). Just put as many of those between each linl as you need until you get the desired spacing .

    PS: Remove all the spaces though, I only added them here to keep the area where I entered th character code from showing up as empty space. One other way would be to place a 1px high transparent gif between each link with the width set to the amount of space you'd like between the links.
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    You can experiment with the margin properties in CSS as well, and even padding to an extent.

    And boxer, you mean  ?
      is a way to make entities display...

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    Originally posted by jkd
    ......And boxer, you mean  ?
      is a way to make entities display...
    Thanks jkd, hadn't even given that workaround a thought to display   without having to use the spaces . *Brain cramp*...lol.
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    why not put them in a table and then have no border and cellpadding set

    ie

    <table border="0" cellpadding="10">
    <tr>
    <td>FIRST LINK HERE</td>
    <td>SECOND LINK HERE</td>
    </tr>
    </table>

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    thanks for helping me out guys


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