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Old November 19th, 2005, 04:16 PM
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Default Need help with alignment issues (tables)

Hi. I'm doing a website for a friend, and need some help with alignment. If you go to www.act2coaching.net, you'll see that as you go from page to page, the top table keeps moving around.

Is there a way to absolutely lock in this table with her logo in it, so that it does not move no matter what? The other issue is, it looks totally different on my husbands huge screen. The navigation menu seems to change, dropping down quite a bit. I want to keep the navigation menu locked at the very top, right underneath the table with her logo.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you!
 
Old November 24th, 2005, 02:30 PM
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Hi, Sarah.

I entered the website (there is a comma in excess, in the link you provided!) but could not see the top table moving. Have you already solved the problem?

If so, great, if not, I suggest you use the template feature. You create a "model page" and all(?) others will be created from this one. It will make the things that should be locked... locked! :)

As far as monitor dimensions are concerned (800x... or 1024x...) I could not help you. I simply create every page for the 800x600 pattern and be sure that, when in a "bigger" environment, all things get centralized or left-aligned. To do something size-oriented, I guess you should first "read" the user´s monitor characteristics and then direct him to the specific page(s) created to that "group". In other words, I would have 2 packages, identical but in different dimensions. This is perhaps a stupid approach but it is the best to my (very limited) knowledge.

Good luck,
fskilnik






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