Jump to content

DJBenz

Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About DJBenz

  • Rank
    Newbie
  1. Success!In the end, I managed to get the layout under control but the text continuing beyond the bottom of the columns didn't look very good.To solve this, I've used the <iframe> tag to create a scrollable text area in the centre cell. Looks much better this way, I feel.The complete site is up at the link in my original post, still need to tidy up the page code a little (add the DOCTYPE tags etc) but I'm really happy that it's solved.Thanks for the hand holding, you got me out of a hole. Take a look at the finished product and let me know what you think!
  2. No problem. When I'm getting free advice from someone, impatience is not an option. :)Thanks for the feedback, I'm going to have a good look at the table layout and try to implement some of the changes you've suggested.I'll report back, either with success or more questions.
  3. It's OK the first time you go to the 'courses' page, but if you refresh the page the breaks come back.
  4. Thanks for the input guys. I've done that, but the problem is the same. I tried both <br> and <br /> tags, but neither has made much of a difference. The right hand of the page has fixed, but the menu side is still gapping. :)I'm not using Dreamweaver, I'm coding in Notepad2. The Table layout for the images was generated by Photoshop's 'Save for Web' function and I've added the javascript for the mouse rollovers. I hate tables and can never see the correllation between the code and the page result Done that too. I think it's going to take a fixed cell to keep the menu column pus
  5. Hello everyone, I'm hoping a tables guru can answer this for me.I'm developing a simple webpage for a friend, and the layout is based around graphics contained in tables. The index page is OK, but when the page is refreshed it seems to insert line breaks into the page which split up the graphics.The page is -->here<--.If you click on the 'courses' button, you can see how badly the page breaks up. All of the text on the page is contained within a cell on the table, so how is it managing to affect things outside it's cell? I even tried nesting a table into the cell to try and 'control' it.
×
×
  • Create New...