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For reference. In the white space where I add content, if this space stretches due to inserting too much text, all my graphics leave gaps behind either vertically or horizontally. Can anyone show me some coding or offer a few pointers on the correct way to avoid this? Thanks for any help...

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Comment #1

Open in dw and you see a green edge around yer center td, thats what they call a table..

Comment #2

Yeah, I just pasted some text in there to test it and it just stretched like before?..

Comment #3

So set the tablewidth to a number instead of a percentage..

By the way, if your doing html why dont you go learn it first..

There a like a zillion ways to learn html in like 4 hours ( if you read on.


Its just the only sensible advise I can give you, simply drawing a layout in dw4 wont do after a while anymore..

I remember myself in your situation, I was dropping a post for every f** piece of code I changed..

If you learn the basics about html ( tables ) your halfway there, in the end most pages print html even hyper php sites and other serverside script driven sites..

Ok listen 1 tiny advise..

Like you have a page:.






And now your going to want some tables in it to have a nice layout..

Lets start off with starting a table.

A table starting tag is <table> and you can define the propertys of the tables in that same tag..

Like take the width:.

<table width="300">.

This will make the table 300 pix width.

If you work with % it works like this:.

<table width="100%">.

This makes the table width grow to a 100% of the whole page, so if your resolution is 1024 x 768 or something it will be that width..

This any good?..

Comment #4

Thanks, I do have it like I want now. I actually do have some html experience though I haven't been designing for over a year now and to be honest i've forgotton a lot of it...

Comment #5

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.