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Thread began 1/22/2010 6:44 am by Brendafrank306873 | Last modified 1/23/2010 4:19 pm by Brendafrank306873 | 1273 views | 8 replies


Moved form to the left

Thanks, Jimmy, for noticing that the excess margin in the content moved the form to the right. I had used that CSS setting on all the other pages to move the content to the right of the sidebar. The other pages worked fine. The only problem was on the form page. I appreciate your help.

I looked for heights, you mentioned 972, and only found heights for the images. I removed all heights and widths from the table. I don't know where you saw that height.

Yeah, you're right; tables suck. I normally use no tables. However, this form has so many fields that I thought it would be much simpler to put them in a table. This is my first form. The idea of using CSS to format all these fields just for 1 form seemed unnecessarily complicated.

The form is now placed correctly, horizontally. There is still too much white space following the form, but I can't figure why, so I can't figure out how to remove it.

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