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First of all What is iPage web hosting? and what is domain? Hoping for any response. Another quick question... While not quite finished with this page, I had a friend look at it and he said that the text is running into the image at the right in the center table..

Http://www.pro-hillclimbers.org/jason.html.

How is the vspace and hspace coded into the image tag?.

Does it matter where it is inserted?.

<IMG BORDER="0" SRC="jason2.jpg" ALIGN="RIGHT" WIDTH=431 HEIGHT=562 ALT=JASON SMITH">.

Tried a search but did not find anything,.

Thanks..

Comments (4)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Did not care for it the first time I saw it. Just haven't decided what color to use. I will try that darker red or figure out how to use a font weight code..

The reason I wanted to hopefully solve the problem with a vspace code was the stars along the left margin are all pages which I need to build also, and the pictures of these different riders are of all assorted sizes so it would be best if I could stop the text from getting crunched by the different size pictures..

The vspace is kind of impenetrable border right..

Comment #2

[quote]By etridco:.

You might want to put a clear gif up at the top set at a width of 500. This will ensure that that TD will not get any smaller than 500 pixels wide..

Do you mean a spacer gif 500 pixels wide?.

[quote] By jonhanlon:.

If you don't want this to happen then use percentages instead. eg. height=10% width=27%..

Do you mean image size set as % ?

Comment #3

Thanks Torrent, I didn't have time to write out the code yesterday.but that's exactly what I meant..

-beth..

Comment #4

Have a lot of work still to do on it..

I appreciate all the help...

Comment #5


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