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Bob
Really the table was a mind blowing hell to get what the 'customer'
wants. Geez, whoever invented customers?

Any way, it is supposed to appear as it is, text and 6 images,
humungous ones at that. Again, the customer says, so what!

tables, and rows, and table cells, table cells table cells, - oh my.
Then more rows, and cells and cells of all kinds of whoa what has
happened!

When you must design your web pages as if they were on paper
(remember...MUST! The customers says - must appear like this and sends
a word .doc file!) is there a way to get this effect? 6 images which
are dissimilar in width and height fixed to the page (no floating on
browser minimizing, etc.) so the 'uneven' spacing can be done. They
must maintain the alignment on outside edges, and the other foo hacked
using TR and TD tags, --- ACK, that was ugly.
It's over for now, but this customer may wish to change this page from
time to time and worms...cans of worms.

http://www.peterlangshowroom.com/showroom.html
Jul 20 '05 #1
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