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Hi JasonJJT,
It's hard to work with embedded tables.
Why don't you try giving each of the tables a different class name then temporarily give them each a different border color so you can see which tables to move.

Hope that helps

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Hi Tony,
I would if it is easier to work with than with what I am working with now.
Would I still be able to get the same exact result, with all the boxes lined up to the left of my forums?

No clue how to do this, if you could help me with the code I would greatly appreciate it.

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Hi JasonJJT,
Are you working with a template file of some sort if so it would be a waste of time trying to edit the source of the page.
Attach the template file and I will see if I can help.

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Hi Tony,
Attached is the template for you. Please help me in any way you can. Like I said, I just cant figure out what is what because there are so many tables and table tags - So I cant figure out which sections to move around when I want to rearrange the order of the boxes.

Thank you very much.
I greatly appreciate it.

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Hi JasonJJT,
Whoever set this up has made it as easy as they could for you.
Just make sure you move everything from the starting comment

Quote:
<!--News Coding-->
to the ending comment
Quote:
<!--News Coding Ending-->
and place it after another sections ending comment, not within.

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Trouble

I know the tags make it easy but a big part of the problem I am having is with that News section....there are so many table row and table end tags right above the <!--News Coding Ending--> tag that I dont know which ones to remove when re-ordering them. Could you tell me which one?

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Hi JasonJJT,
Don't remove any of them, they are all needed.