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  1. Yes, thanks I figured this out. Just some clean-up...
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    Condensing Text

    I've been tuned out a while, but thanks for the feed back. I'll purse other means...
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    Condensing Text

    Hello experts. Does anyone know the correct code for condensing the width of styled text within a cell or table? I've exhausted my search on w3schools, with no results. Note, the "width" property works for images, not text. What are my options?Thanks in advance
  4. I'm getting this in a validation check on several pages, and for the life of me I cannot figure out what's wrong. It has to do with an "attribute". Here's the error message in my checker:The tag: "table" doesn't have an attribute: "table" in currently active versions.[XHTML 1.0 Transitional]It's referencing line 147. Here's that piece of code: <td width="500" align="center" valign="top" class="testimonials-bkg"><div class="testimonials" style="overflow:auto; width:500px; height: 602px;"><table width="445" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="12" table rules="rows"> I mus
  5. I still do not have a handle on this, and it should be second nature by now, but would someone please explain the rule when spacing styled text vertically within a cell (using an external style sheet). I have been advised not to use "padding-top:" , but instead use "margin-top:" , but it has no effect. I simply wish to move the text downward 142 pixels. Here is the style sheet code: .const-copy { font-family: Arial; font-size: 15px; line-height: 18px; padding-right: 425px; margin-top: 142; text-align: left; letter-spacing: 0px; color: #555555; background-image: url(images/zen_main-tile.gif);
  6. I know this issue is not new to those of you who are advanced coders, so I'm hoping this is an easy resolve. Among other properties in the css, I simply want to add code that will move a line of text downward within a cell, so that it aligns with a background image. Typically, I would do this using the "padding-top" code. When I specify, "padding-top: 87px;" in the css, it displays fine in Firefox. However, in Safari it pushes the background image, and all content below down 87px, creating undesired spacing. Here's my css code: .nav-text { font-family: Geneva; font-size: 10px; letter-spacing:
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