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Attached are the html for my home page and the css for the whole website. Right now I'm using a table to make a navigation bar. I want to add a real table with data in the website and I would also like to add a very simple navigation bar to the bottom of every page, but I don't want the styling from the navigation table (and the links) to carry over on to these two things. I think I need to use divs in some way but I'm not sure how I would do that?

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Well, the navigation is a

Well, the navigation is a list of links, and should be marked up as such, so that should help you there.
Then, after that, you can use a table in the content for tabular data (think Excel spreadsheets) and if you need to style multiple spreadsheets differently, you can give each table an ID.

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