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Table format Sign in form alignment?

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I am trying to create a sign in area used within a table on HTML. Following link will give you the snapshot of the design:

What I am trying to accomplish is to get the boxes closer and also the log in button closer. Here is the code I have written:

<div id="header_2">

<table width="348">
<td width="170" height="15"><img src="files/basic/login_email.png" width="33" height="9" /></td>
<td width="166"><img src="files/basic/login_password.png" width="48" height="11" /></td>
<td height="22"><input name="TextBox3" type="text" id="TextBox3" value="" /></td>
<td><input name="" type="password" maxlength="15" /></td>
<td height="19"><input type="checkbox" name="CkeckBox" id="CkeckBox" />
Keep Me Logged In</td>
<td>Forget Your Password?</td>
<dic id="header_3">
<table width="42">
<td><div align="center"><a href=""><img src="files/basic/login_but.png" alt="login_but" name="login_but" width="41" height="41" id="login_but" /></a></div></td>

Looking forward to hear your advice and help!!


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Apr 22 '11 #1
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hey mate,

i think that this is a solid design, do you mind posting your style sheet please so that i can see what the id and class properties are.

but from what you have already given me i can only say that you should check your table column widths and try spacing them out appropriately that way.
May 11 '11 #2

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