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Got a question, hope someone can answer... What free iPage web host will allow me to use the "action" attribute in my forms? Many thanks for any response. Another quick question... Ive tried again and again to get my entire iPage site in a table so as to be able to center everything and have it look the same on all browsers, I was also hoping to be able to space everything 10 pixels and have everything level but when I try putting a <table width=912> above my code, the whole page gets ****ed up... ive tried looking at other sites but I'm completely stumped...if anyone has any concrete answers that would be great....

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Comments (15)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I got an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

Might be all the javascript above the 2 <html> tags..

Edit: actually after taking a good look at the code, you don't want to know what is wrong with it..

Just back away real slow and turn around and then run, run real fast...

Comment #2

Whoooow.a TwinPage ....

2 head and 2 body tags.....

And....... 25 unpaired tags..

So a lot to check!!!!..

Comment #3

Lost on what?? you have 2 pages in 1 and it needs to be fixed. you have a lot of html errors and we can't do anything until those are fixed...

Comment #4

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Comment #5

Well those errors were not causing me trouble before, I have dreamweaver and have tried putting all my content into a table but I cant....all I'm trying to do is make a big ****ing table with everything inside, and have it centered.....

Comment #6

Wel then if you don't care if you hav eerrors and we don't sem to know what we are talking about then add this right after your <body> tag. no wif you can't figure out which one then apparently you do have a problem..

<table cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0" valign=top width="100%" align="center" border=0>.



Then have your page here.

Then right before your </body> tag you need to add this.





There that will put your iPage site in a big ** ing table....... but it isn't going to work so I don't know what to say...

Comment #7

Well I do care about errors but right now my pripority is to get the iPage site to look good...

Comment #8

In order to get any iPage site to look good you have to fix the errors first, you really don't have a choice...

Comment #9

I was going to list the errors and how to fix them, but the code is so mashed even the error checker gives up on the site: See: [.



Add the required.


As the first line of the file, and make sure that the overall structure of the document follows the recommended format:.



META tags, Script and Style, etc go here.



Viewable page content goes here.



There must only be.


Of each of those tags in the entire document...

Comment #10

Have to errr with you on the width 100% thing Scoutt... some sites look so bad like that, especially if low on content and on 21" + monitors. Max with @ 750 or 100% are both equally viable depending on the overall content. But design at a fixed width will always look 100 times better than a dynamic design...

Comment #11

True but it all depends on how you code the site. fixed widths get destoyed in higher resolutions, that is why I always use percentages. for what he was doing it would have worked just fine. see his is a fixed width and it looks bad in my 800x600 res. which is 75% of the net users...

Comment #12

How can something look bad at a fixed width of 750 pixels at 800*600?..

Comment #13

That is what he had and it went far to the right...

Comment #14


Well.. this is my code:.

[(bar) align left width 176][(spacer)10][(middle) 540][(spacer 10][(bar)align right width 176].

But it gets all bunched up in the left and my tables are all at different levels and the spacer doesnt work and most things are separated by more than 10 pixels..

So I was planning to get it all in a centered box, but when I put <table><td><tr> above it my page gets all ****ed up...i am completely lost here... I dont know how I can fix it..i mean how can an extra table be so hard to place?.

I want it to look like this:.

[beginning of big table.

[(bar) align left width 176][(spacer)10][(middle) 540][(spacer 10][(bar)align right width 176].

End of table]..

Comment #15

What is this.

[(bar) align left width 176][(spacer)10][(middle) 540][(spacer 10][(bar)align right width 176].

That doesn't make since..

Comment #16

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