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I've nearly completed the port of my site to CSS - you can see a sample here:
http://www.discographynetwork.com/artist2.php?id=1

There are just one thing that I am asking for help with:
In ie the Amazon iframe doesn't show properly.

:oops: Should I be using tables at all? This seems to be much debated and I thought this was appropriate use - what do you think. I'm new to CSS so be gentle with me!

Cheers,
Simon

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Help needed on nearly complete 3 Column port

It looks good to me. I would try to stay away from using tables unless you are using them for tabular data.

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Help needed on nearly complete 3 Column port

Looks like a suitable use for tables to me Wink

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Help needed on nearly complete 3 Column port

Sorted out the amazon iframe thing by adding position:relative to #rightbar.

The final glitch (for now) is the Partner box at the bottom of the page. I would like it to stretch the width of the middlebar and scale when the page scales.

At the moment it breaks out of the middlebar when the page is scaled down.

:twisted: I could do this with a table but then people would throw stones at my car!

Can anyone help on this final little thing.

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Help needed on nearly complete 3 Column port

Try ~

#partners {
border: 1px #aaa solid;
background-color: #ddd;
padding: 6px;
margin-top: 20px;
margin-bottom: 6px;
display:block;
}

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Thanks for you help again Stu.

That works 100% in ie but does something very strange in Netscape.

Any ideas?

Simon

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Help needed on nearly complete 3 Column port

It could be something to do with the last table missing </td></tr>

<td class="right">Guitar, Vocals</table></div>

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