I hope this works without screwing up anyone using HTML e-mail. Here's the code (hopefully within a comment tag so it doesn't show the actual table) of what I'm dealing with. Any suggestions on how to get three columns with the third (right most) column having pictures of no larger than 239x189 pixels would be appreciated. The idea is that the table(s) would look okay in any resolution. Most of my users would be viewing in IE 3 thru 5.01, in Windows. I think the thing that screwed things up was manually resizing the tables in Dreamweaver 2 WYSIWYG mode. <!-- <H1>K</H1> <TABLE width="75%" border="0"> <TR> <TD width="13%" height="182"><B>Kiddush Cup</B> </TD> <TD width="54%" height="182">A cup used during a Jewish service to hold wine. </TD> <TD width="33%" height="182"><IMG src="kidcup.jpg" width="75" height="145" alt="Kiddush Cup"> </TD> </TR> </TABLE> --> PAUL Personal Mission: Born to do the will of GOD, living to show others the Love of GOD, Destined to live in joy with GOD forevermore...no matter what! -----Original Message----- From: Jackson Yee [mailto:jacksonyee at yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 9:28 AM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: Re: [thelist] Off the Wall (and Page) Tables The 75% actually refers to the percentage in width of the parent element containing the table, not the percentage of the screen. You must adjust your widths thusly. Regards, Jackson Yee http://jacksonyee.welcome.to --Original Message Follows-------------------------------------------- Okay, now I'm confused. As if you're surprised. I am working on the table page from hell. Lots of different tables, each with three columns and a photo in the third column. I thought I had them aligned, visually, but noticed that at higher resolutions there's too much white space on the right. Now I *thought* that if I set each table to 75% pixels wide, left aligned, it would fit into the screen (isn't that what 75% means?? 75% of the screen??) no matter what resolution it's at. But at the lower resolutions, the right column is wayyyyyyyy out there. If I set it to 50%, centered, it's set WAYYYYYYYYY to the right (too much white space on theleft side of the page). Is there something wrong with my system, my thinking, or both?? PAUL __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Free email you can access from anywhere! http://mail.yahoo.com/ --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !