Max, I hope you don't take offence, but please please DO NOT use tables for layout. There are many many reasons why not - just google "tables for layout" to see. But they bulk up your markup unecessarily, making it more expensive for you to serve, and more expensive for people to use (especially mobile users on 3g), they make it difficult to make future updates, difficult to copy and paste text for users, impossible for search engines to decipher what your content is actually about so will reduce your search optimisation...the list goes on.Max Headroom wrote:I'm afraid they're not lined up in either of my regular-sized screens (LCD flatscreen and laptop.)
This sort of positioning is quite tough to do and pretty unpredictable, given the countless screens and resolution settings out there. Best you format your pages using tables that you set at % width. That way, the table will always try to adjust accordingly, albeit not always predictably.
That said, nowadays I reckon the better known companies don't go for the one-size-fits-all website, but prefer to have one regular website and one mobile phone version.
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