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Quick question: Which iPage web hosting is best for a mp3/music site? ? Many thanks for any answer. Another question on my mind: Hopefully someone can help me with this. I HATE TABLES!! I always seems to have problems whenever adding/removing something from a table. Anyhow. What's happening is I have a table nested inside another table. For somereason the outside table is getting stretched.



Here's the page:.

Http://www.thefragrancedepot.com/track_in.html.

Thanks again!..

Comments (2)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

Okay I added the closing header tag, and I put all the <TD>..</TD> on one line, but that didn't seem to fix it. I figured out what the problem was though. I had it something like this:.

<TD><FORM><TABLE></TABLE></FORM></TD>.

So I had the form outside of the inside table. So I put it inside the inner table and it works fine. Thanks again for your help guys..

But I was wondering about what you said, Entimp. I have made plenty of other html pages and I never put the information between the <TD> tags on the same line. I always like to have the opening tag on one line, then indent on the next line for the information inside of it. Maybe I misunderstood you?..

Comment #2

Td's sounds like a sexually transmitted diseases doesn't it..

Anyway..

Lets say you have td, table data, area of 10px by 10px and want to put an image in that is also 10px by 10px. If you add a space in between the td's the table data area will think the space has to be included as well and expand the borders of the cell beyond 10 pixels..

As for the question about text, no you don't have to put in the nbsp's just type as you would normally. It is good practice to close td's as described. This is what I thought the prob was with you page..

Just for added info. If you put more than one space next to each other, a browser will only count the first one and discard the rest. This is why we have the nbsp option. A return of carriage will also do the same thing as a space to a table cell, but only the first is rendered as with the spaces..

I hope that made sense...

Comment #3


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