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Hi guys,

I'm creating following page:
and I'm getting confused about the thing, that I wanna have these two
tables besides each other and not under each other. Why can't I get them
below each other? I'm getting desperate...
Thank you!
chEErs roN

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Re: hm?

roN wrote:

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try this...

      <table  style="float:left;" width="236" border="0" cellspacing="0"

        <table style="float:right" width="236" border="0" cellspacing="0"


since you are using table for layout anyway, you might as well put them
into there own TD.

dont pick your nose if it is sore

Re: hm?

If you want to use a table, make one with two columns and one row, and
put one in each cell.

    <td>Left thingy here</td>
    <td>Right thingy here</td>

If you want to be XHTML compliant (which deprecates using tables for
page layout) you can use "table-less" Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)

Which are you wanting to do?

Re: hm?

roN wrote:
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  <table>s are block elements. As such they have implicit line breaks
before and after them. See references to 2 and 3 column CSS designs often
listed in this group.
  Also HTML 4.01 Transitional was meant as a stopgap DTD. All new work
should be HTML 4.01 Strict.

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