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  1. #1
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    layout problem

    hi there,
    i have an html template page with over 700 lines.
    this template file is not well indented and when i view the page the leftbar went down.... and screwd the page up..
    Is there a way that i can fix the code to make the layout look nice without going line by line & searching for each closing <td> or <tr>

    thanks
    M

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    What are you using to edit your html? Dreamweaver has a built in code formatter.
    If you can't handle the job then don't take the job or ask for help on it if you are getting paid for it.
    Web Developer's Handbook.::.Why Tables for Layout is Stupid?.::.Why I won't help you

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    iam using zend studio
    so, how to fix this in dreamweaver?
    thanks
    M

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    I'm guessing you've never heard of Dreamweaver? www.adobe.com has a 30 day trial of it. Since you seem to not know what Dreamweaver is it may be easier for you to just attach your html in a zip file to a post. I'll format it and reattach it.
    If you can't handle the job then don't take the job or ask for help on it if you are getting paid for it.
    Web Developer's Handbook.::.Why Tables for Layout is Stupid?.::.Why I won't help you

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    as attached
    fyi, i heared of dw b4
    thanks
    M
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    If you are using tables, and having layout problems, then it is probably a good idea to stop using tables for layout. That is not what they are for. Use divs and CSS.
    http://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/

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    thanks abz,
    i was just wating an input from Aerospace_Eng.

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