On Friday, March 7, 2003, at 02:17 PM, danielEthan wrote: >> Can anyone shed some light on this? >> > > Hi Chris. I added a <br clear="all"> right before the table and that > fixed it. Great! That fixed it, thanks... very odd... in the 6 years I've been doing this, this is the first time I've had to use that specific attribute... and this design is hardly cutting edge either... > I'm not sure what's causing your problem, but given the table > inside a table inside a table inside a table... I can see where > problems might arise. Ya ya. :-P I'm stuck creating cheap-o web sites with like 4 day turnarounds. I hate it too. :-P > You may also want to validate your pages. While > no issues with this problem popped up, there are some missing alt tags > and what not. Yup, last-stage I run all the pages through validators, this is alpha... > I'm not going to preach the semantic web. I've done tableless sites, > but I don't think they're ready for primetime, at least with a client > such as yours. Probably a lot of people on WebTV and old AOL browsers. > But you may want to consider simplifying how many tables you are using > for layout, and add embellishments that aren't integral to the content > in css. I may. But like you say, the majority of the visitors are AOL users (even companies that manage to use AOL as a business 'solution', if you can believe that)... Without really getting into it, gui's/look-and-feel tend to be the focus for my clients. And while they're still using crappy 4.0 and under browsers, this is how I can accomplish that on a shoestring budget... Anyway. That was my sob-story. :-P > Good luck. Thanks!