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> I have created a page design in FW. I did the slices and have exported it.
> When using it in DW for template use, I have problems with parts of the page
> breaking up. I have a top, a left side navagation and a main content area.
> When editing main content area it puts gaps int he left side navigation,
> breaking up the page.
> Can anyone help??? PLEASE.
Out of aggervation I had deleted a lot of the pages I designed, so I just made this one real quick as an example.
the first one is the layout with nothing in the main content area yet, my template:
the second one would be me filling in the main content area with text, a whole different table:
What is my Problem, it's really aggervating, please help!!
Look at your code.
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> Out of aggervation I had deleted a lot of the pages I designed, so I just made
> this one real quick as an example.
> the first one is the layout with nothing in the main content area yet, my
> the second one would be me filling in the main content area with text, a whole
> different table:
> What is my Problem, it's really aggervating, please help!!
Looks like you have exploding table syndrome. . I had the same problem for the longest time, but here's how you nip it in the bud.
it is hard to explain why, therefore i will not try to, but when tables are elongated, the cells begin to be too. That is why you are having this problem. Here's what you have to do. First, make a table with as many rows as there are in the navigation bar. Set border, padding and spacing to zero. move all of your buttons from the main table to that table and put each one in its own cell. Then where all the buttons used to be, create one cell and put you new navigation table there. make the vertical alignment on top . . .here are two links of the same website. One is of the site before doing this and one is of it afterwords. Bad Good
Thank You for the advice, I'll try that out.