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    table height

    i'm trying to get it so the three tables on this page stretch to all be the same height, which i finally achieved, but now the left and right sides stretch out and look stupid... where'd i go wrong?

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    Registered GCT13's Avatar
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    Not quite sure what's the matter.

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    Administrator Chris's Avatar
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    by stretch out and look stupid, you mean vertically or horizontally?
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    vertically, there should be no cellspacing or padding of any kind...

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    Senior Member chromate's Avatar
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    you need to split the content of the left and right cells from the cells themselves (if you see what I mean). As an example, put the login box inside a CSS div. Or you could just create another table for it. Then valign it at the top...

    <table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0>
    <td valign=top>
    <div>login box stuff here</div>
    Main content here
    <div> right content </div>

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    i got it to work inside the <div>'s, but i can't get it to stretch to all the same height. i changed the url to
    Last edited by eMEraLdwPn; 02-28-2004 at 08:04 PM.

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    test here

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