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Mis-alignment of pages when using a table

Hello - having a problem - it appears to be the insertion of a table. It causes the two pages to go out of alignment. Can you see that on your browser?

You should see the problem appears to be the table, because if I remove the table, or add it to all the pages, the Mis-alignment goes away.

http://www.locationstudio.net/index.htm < Pages shift from veterans to index page

http://www.locationstudio.net/veterans.html < Pages shift from veterans to index page

Thank you

I think I can definitely

I think I can definitely narrow this down to table size, (as I mentioned before). I'm using a 'WYSIWYG' editor. I changed the files names and I've also discovered that 'Kompozer' is problematic is titling the proper file extensions. So I've checked all that as well. I can cleary see that when a table exceeds a certain length, (top to bottom), that's when it throws off the centering. Please see the pages and you can compare the differences. The longer table is the Bio page causes the pages to jump mis-align.

http://www.locationstudio.net/home.html


Thanx
Mike

Michael

Jeremy's picture

You haven't given much info...

But I assume that you are working with TKL LAMP?

FYI index.html gets a 404, home.html has no table and verterans.html looks fine to me (Firefox 13.0 on WinXP).

Hi Jeremy - thanx for your

Hi Jeremy - thanx for your reply - please bear with me - this is very frustrating

I'm using Kompozer and having difficulty with table insertions causing 'off center' syndrome, and a Mis-Alignment of other web pages.

I'm not an HTML editor, and realize this program is probaby for amateurs. Some of you may not agree with the HTML output, but I think I can definitely narrow the problem down to table size as the culprit. Kompozer is a 'WYSIWYG' and HTML editor. I've discovered that it's  problematic when titling proper file extensions. So I've checked all that, and doubled checked file names properly. I can cleary see that when a table exceeds a certain length, (top to bottom), that's when it throws off 'centering'. Please see the larger table added to the 'Bio' page, and you can compare the differences. The longer table in the Bio page causes the pages to jump, and mis-align. And is clearly off center in the html page it was created in. Would appreciate any help in recognizing the problem. I'm sure it can be corrected with a simple solution without getting drawn into complicated HTML - I'm just getting it.

http://www.locationstudio.net/home.html

Thanx again
Mike

Michael

Jeremy's picture

Bio page table is centred fine here

Just had a look and it looks fine for me!? (Veterans page is also still fine and home page only has the banner - no table).

I don't do much HTML but there are plenty of good resources online, perhaps its worth it in the long run to spend half hour doing some basic tutorials so you know what is going on? I have done some good ones, but don't have the address handy sorry.

SOLVED - THANK YOU

SOLVED - THANK YOU

Michael

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