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http://www.tcsnd.org/newsite/3csimple.asp
Actually there is one table, the alert box on the rh side is a CSS table.
The menu items don't go anywhere yet, just testing at the moment, but you will notice that the current menu item is highlighted. Also, the left hand menu appears differently in mozilla than in IE but I can't determine why yet.

Anyone else...would appreciate comments as to the look of the site etc.
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Look Ma no tables Comments Please?

Hi rmfred,
Nice looking site.
You should look at putting all the css into the head section of the document.

Try to validate the XHTML and CSS it will help clean up the source.

Hope that helps

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Look Ma no tables Comments Please?

Hey all... check it out now. Everything validates and all css is in one file. I changed my idea about the left hand menu, this is more flexible. I can make it 3d buttons or style it however I want. Right now it is pretty bland. However, I can't come up with a way to dynamically highlight the left hand menu items like I did using the body class="" method for the horizontal menu.
Any ideas on how I might do this?
Thanks