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What is DNS in iPage web hosting ? why is it needed ?

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Got a quick question: What is DNS in iPage web hosting ? why is it needed ? Thanks for any answer or 2. My other question... I am working on a new iPage site that uses sliced images for the layout. The table was a lot taller(1000px) than the content could fill up so I thought it could be fixed by just cropping the top off the the middle image and reinserting it. To my frustration it didn't work. I tried forcing the table to shorten it's height using the deprecated height tag but that didn't work either.

I cleared the history and temporary files on my computer thinking it was a cache issue.

I'm sure I must have overlooked something but what?? The iPage site isn't uploaded yet but if anyone wants to see it the files can be printed on here...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

You're a genius leo. I took out the division to the right of the navigation and sure enough the table shrunk down to where it was supposed to be. There was a reason that I didn't use nested tables but I can't recall right now. I'm going to try nested tables again and see how it works out. I'll post back if it doesn't work out. Thanks very much...

Comment #2

The reason you don't usually use nested tables may be that as far as search engines are concerned the page content isn't indexed so well. If you use the tradional "menu on the left" layout, then your iPage site content is to be found towards the end of the code on the page, rather than somewhere near the beginning...

Comment #3

I know it's really hard to keep up with nested tables while coding. The iPage site I'm working on is for profit so I definitely don't need to screw it up with the search engines. Thanks for the insight Giz...

Comment #4


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