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 Help With Unwanted Site "Wrapping"

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Posted: 02/15/2006, 8:36 AM

My website is I love the way my web site looks maximized, but when you try to view it in a minimized/smaller window the images, buttons, and text all "wrap" up so that everything is bunched up and visible within the designated window space. Please view my web site in a smaller window to see what I am talking about. I have tried everything I can find and I just can't figure it out. I'm desperate and I'm a noob......please help me!! Feel free to email me or reply on here, Thank you...

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Posted: 02/15/2006, 2:19 PM

I see that you don't use any tables on your Website, and this is the main way to control the layout. Currently you just have various elements next to each other. Instead you may need to create a table with several cells and experiment with placing your content in those cells. Then you can specify in table cell properties if wrapping should be allowed.
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Benjamin Krajmalnik
Posted: 02/16/2006, 11:29 AM

I see you have already changed it.
Another method, if you do not want to use tables, is to use divs sith style
I actually prefer doing table-less layouts when possible.
If you want to see what I am talking about, go to our website
View the source on any page - there is only one page which has a table
structure (if my memory does not fail me).
This is codecharge driven, so you can view the source of the html to get an
idea of the techniques used.

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