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When it comes to appearance, the site looks pretty plain, and all the boxes are too far away from eachother.Your code isn't consistent, you're using tags with both UPPERCASE and lowercase letters, try to stick to a single convention, it makes your code look cleaner (W3C recommends lowercase). If you're planning on using XHTML then lowercase tags are mandatory.Talking about XHTML, we have no reference as to whether your page is supposed to be HTML or XHTML, you need a <!DOCTYPE> declaration to specify it. Select one from here:http://w3schools.com/tags/tag_doctype.aspI recommend either HTML Strict or XHTML Strict.Try fixing some of your HTML errors:http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%...b.byethost5.comFinally, you shouldn't be using tables on your site. If you've been around the HTML and CSS forums here you should have seen plenty of tableless examples by now. It's the way of the future. The old obsolete techniques that keep getting passed on need to be forgotten.

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When I add a doctype it makes one table clear?
Adding a DOCTYPE declaration forces the browser to render the page according to W3C standards. So if your code is wrong, it will reflect on the page.
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