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How do I prevent my page from being resized when the browser window is resized? The side images float on the edge of the browser window and are always visable as the are squished in to fit the resized page...I would like my page to be viewed by as many sized monitors as posible without moving the contents of my page. Any advice?

<table border="0" width="100%"><tr height="100"><td width="25%"><img src="URL" align=left valign="top "></td><td width="50%" valign="top" align="center">TEXT</td><td width="25%"><img src="URL" align=right valign="top "></td></tr><tr><td width="100%" height="100" colspan="3"><img align="left" valign="top" src="URL"><img align="right" valign="top" src="URL"></td><tr></table>

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If you use percentage widths and heights, it will do that. In fact, that's what percentages mean. If you want it to be static, you will have to set a specific pixel width.Or, you can try some tricks. If you want a minimum width or a minimum height, say you want a minimum width of 300 pixels in a table cell, then get yourself a transparent spacer image and make it have a width of 300 and a height of 1. It won't show up, and it will ensure that the cell will always be at least 300 pixels wide.

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