You have to post your code. That is such a general question, I could have 5 very different answers for it.
I ended up doing up doing it another way which isn't ideal as I had to use transparent pngs to separate the thumbnails:
Please note this is a work in progress and is not the final page.
Ideally what I want to do is use a table but apparently it isn't possible to set a table's background to transparent which is really frustrating.
I also tried setting a transparent png as the table background but that didn't work either...
So what I tried doing was embedding divtags within the "row1" tag, but they kept stacking unsderneath each other instead of next to each other, even spilling outside the outer tag if that makes sense...
I'll re-do the page soon to show you what I mean, I'm having other issues atm
thanks for your reply
Use CSS. Create a class for each div. Like:
margin: 0px 0 0 0;
OK thanks, I'll give that a go over the next week.
3-CSS boxes (adjust number of boxes as needed)
Same technique applied here: