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Quick question: Is Hostable.com offer of 3-year free iPage web hosting a real deal? Hoping for any response. Another question on my mind: In IE and Netscape the following code gives me my paragraph, space, gif colored divider, space paragraph. In Opera all I get is a dot between the two paragraphs. What did I miss?.

<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5" width="100%" align="left" valign="top">.

<tr>.

<td width="50%" align="left" valign="top">.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p>.

</td>.

<td width="2" align="center" valign="top" height="100%"><img src="images/center.gif" width="2" height="100%">.

</td>.

<td width="50%" align="left" valign="top">.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

I am trying to code a news type page with a small line between the paragraphsThanks in advance for the help!!..

Comments (10)

Yep, however you might want to make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm it as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you email the iPage guys because they can assist you better...

Comment #1

Yep:.

<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="1px" width="100%" align="left" valign="top">.

<tr>.

<td width="50%" align="left" valign="top">.

<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5">.

<tr>.

<td>.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p></td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

<td width="1 px" align="center" valign="top" height="100%" bgcolor="#7f0000"></td>.

<td width="50%" align="left" valign="top">.

<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5">.

<tr>.

<td>.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p></td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

</td>.

</tr>.

</table>.

=========.

Cellpadding="1px" you are using cellpadding="5"..

Comment #2

Make sure that the.

<td> ... </td>.

Tags are on the same line as the code that they enclose...

Comment #3

And another way to acheive this would be to use css borders, ie:.

<td style="border-left: #000000 1px solid;">..

Comment #4

That's exactly what I was going to recommend. CSS can do 90% of everything under the sun. I even used CSS to pry off my old rusty muffler pipe on the Dart!..

Comment #5

Thanks for the tips guy. It still isn't working. I use "class" tags with the css file. I tried a class tag and style tag on the external css and still only a dot. Grrr....Will keep at it...

Comment #6

Did you do it like this?.

In your css.

Td.1 {border-left: #000000 1px solid;}.

<td class="1">.

This being the td on the right becuase I used border-left, try changing the thickness)..

Comment #7

Yes I tried that and nothing. Something isn't quite right......

Comment #8

I have it working with Peter V's suggestion but I prefer to put as much as possible in an external css file. There is something I am missing. Been looking at this thing too long. Thanks again for the help everyone!!..

Comment #9

Try putting it locally.

<td style="border-......">.

Do you have a url?.

Here, i've just used peter's, cut out the nested tables and it works fine.

<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5">.

<tr>.

<td>.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p>.

</td>.

<td width="50%" align="left" valign="top" style="border-left: #000000 1px solid;">.

<p>:: Headline</p>.

<p>.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

Stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff stuff.

</p></td>.

</tr>.

</table>..

Comment #10

I don't think you can use numbers for class names...

Comment #11


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