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Default seperate alignment in a <td> cell

Code:
<table width="750px" border="1" align="center" cellspacing="1" bordercolor="<%=mainBrd%>" bgcolor="#FFFFFF">

    <tr bordercolor="<%=brdColDark%>" bgcolor="<%=tableHeader%>">

        <td align="left" colspan="9">Flight Itinerary:
        <%
            for x = 1 to 210
            response.Write "&nbsp;"
            next
        %>

        <img src="picco.gif">
        </td>
    </tr>

.... rest of the table .....
I have this cell inside a table.

How can i have the TEXT left aligned and the IMAGE right aligned?

Picco

Code:
<td>
<table>
<tr>
<td align="left">left</td><td align="right">right</td>
</tr>
</table>
</td>
that idea didnt work??


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It works, but you don't see that it does if the cells aren't wider than their content.

Alternatively you could float the image right.

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using CSS? the display is setup for the smallest type of resolution (800x600). so it has to work in all resolution as it does just now with the ASP for loop.

you got example code to float it right?

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float: right. :D
The HTML attribute align does just about the same thing (in this case).
<img...align="right">

A table is still a table though and you won't see much effect, if any, if the cells aren't wider than the content they hold.

I'm afraid I fail to see what resolution and ASP have to do with anything?

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thanks meow, i'll bear the float: right piece of code in mind

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