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Old 08-15-2008, 06:56 AM   #4
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I'll blend yours and Bo's, thanks. (Yours doesn't have the image at the top of the left column, which is what I need.)
All I did was add a div with a paragraph but no image at the top — I thought you wanted it to be in the middle of a page.

I believe the real difference between Bo’s version and mine is that mine is flexible, his fixed width.

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Thanks much. I keep forgetting the #$%@ div stuff. I sometimes wish I'd never learned the old-style HTML and tables. It makes getting my head around CSS so much harder!
Oh, don’t feel bad. Even though I never really mastered tables I have trouble remembering CSS coding tricks. I am on my third edition (her 6th) of Castro’s book and it is never far from my chair! I looked at it a lot to construct that sample.

   
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