Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
Oops...thats what I get for checking code at three in the morning! LOL.....
3 in the morning?? just say "no" kevin.
Although I do understand about not thinking straight in the we hours in the morning...
Your table code just looks to complicated for my taste but that is just a matter of personal opinion. Anyway.... I did this and the menu went up.
<! end of main section>.
Ok I see that it goes up, but the cell is too long. it doesn't end right at the bottom of the menu, it keeps going to the bottom of the textarea cell. I don't see why this is happening since the textarea is in a table by itslef...
You didn't have the valign tags in some of the cells. What exactly do you need, I can do it for you..
Whatever you did it made the cells smaller. the menu is right where it suppose to be but the cell goes down to far. it is going by the height of the cells that contain the textarea..
I thnk I know what is going on. the height if the table that contains the textarea's is making the navigation cells go bigger. I think I have to make them seperate tables so I can control them better..
Thanks you guys for the hints...
Here is what I do in a situation like this. Assign each individual table it's own border color so you can quickly distinguish one table from another. With so many embedded tables you are lost in the code. If need be assign bgcolors to some of the cells you suspect are invloved in the placement problem, this way you can fairly quickly narrow it down to which table or which cell needs to adjusted, be it valign or align or something else..
Hey that is a nifty trick there kevin, have to remember that one. Although I don't have that problem considering I am working with 3 scripts on the whole page I can tell what table is from what script...
Yea, when you are the author of the page it's much easier. I can write a PERL script with maybe a thousand lines of code and jump around in it rapidly if I see a problem, but pity the person that tries to come in after the fact and needs to learn the logic behind the coding and what does what and how and blah blah blah.....
HTML code ain't that complicted but sometimes it is still confusing because like on your page the style of coding is very different than mine...