Hi, all, Here's a question of the standard "Is this possible?" variety. I'm offering to put up a photo album site for my high school class, for pictures of our recent reunion. For a variety of reasons which I will recount if you really want me to, I'm taking the approach of coding it myself rather than go with a service or package. (It should be pretty simple.) The home page will be a picture of our yearbook, clicking on which takes you "inside" the book. For the inside pages, I want to design a template with these characteristics: * Is fluid in both width and height, expanding to fill the screen width and content height; * Has a "book" border to give the content the appearance of being inside a book. I have a example page here, but it's got a few problems. As you can see if you view the source, I'm reverting back to the stone age of table-based layouts, because it seemed easier than CSS (I know, I know, this is just because I don't know CSS as well) and I don't want to spend a lot of time on it. (However, CSS-based suggestions are certainly welcome.) Because of where I want the content area to be, I had to do some colspan / rowspan tricks, and I think that's making the spacing not work well. You can see that the center binding image at the top and bottom is not centered. Also, if you make the width small enough, the height of the row containing the "Contents" tab grows larger than the image, leaving a gap. I have posted an image of how I set up the table rows and columns. The tricky part is I want the content area (the cell labeled R2-3C2-6) to go right up to the left and right edges of the book image, including over the page turn images at the bottom. This required that the content area span multiple columns, and I think this is ruining the centering of the binding images in column 4. Also, the contents tab requires that the content area span rows, which is probably causing the gapping problem there. So my "simple" table-based layout is getting unwieldy. (I know, you told me so!) So, what advice: 1) Forget tables, use CSS 2) Or is there a table solution, perhaps made possible by simplying the design somewhat? 3) Or can you recommend a package or service, free or very inexpensive, that would produce this effect for me? Thanks for any advice.  http://www.shoestringcms.com/personal/Tatler84/  http://www.shoestringcms.com/personal/Tatler84/try2/photopage.html  http://www.shoestringcms.com/personal/Tatler84/try2/LayoutPlan.jpg - John This message may contain information which is private, privileged or confidential and is intended solely for the use of the individual or entity named in the message. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender thereof and destroy / delete the message. Neither the sender nor Sappi Limited (including its subsidiaries and associated companies) shall incur any liability resulting directly or indirectly from accessing any of the attached files which may contain a virus or the like.