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Actually, using tables for layout is no longer the preferred method, what
with the advent of CSS and the ability to make a change in one file and
change multiple pages. Today, HTML is for structure, and CSS is for
"Lauren" who writes from lt34 -at- csus -dot- edu, wrote:
> I did notice that in IE, everything is to the left of the
> screen but Firefox
> centers the page. You might try putting your pages into tables. That
> technique seems a little popular these days. Tables can help with
> placement. You can have one centered table with a cell that spans all
> columns for the title and quote and image I guess or put the
> image in a cell
> in the next row. The following row can have a column with
> one cell and your
> links, followed by a cell with content and another cell with
> the "more info"
> stuff. I don't know what to think about the latest
> popularity of tables but
> does help with placement. You can also place your one table
> into a cell of
> another table that is flanked by blank (that contain )
> cells with
> fixed widths to control placement.
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