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Hi,

I was going to post a reply to a post that James put up in the Wrox Book Feedback section of the site. However, I cannot do so because I come up with a pretty much blank page at http://p2p.wrox.com/post.asp?method=...RUM_ID=48.

I don't know if anyone else will be able to see this but I hope it can be fixed.

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Hal,

I was able to find it, thanks. However, I think that the form fields should maybe be centered on the page instead of positioned the way they are. Again, that's just me being a website developer but I have taken a Website Development course before and I immediately saw the changes that needed to be made. Of course, I think only James and Bruce can make the changes.

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It is centered. The form is centered to the red table below.

Set your screen resolution to 1600x1200 or 2048x1536 to see.

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It is centered--- in the table. The table is stretched out because of the length of the link given by James.

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