Yeah so I have a table on my page and it auto aligns the whole table to the left side of the page. I know I can use align="center" or align="right" but what if I dont want it exactly in the center or all the way to the right either?
I want it towards the left side just not right against the side of the page..maybe like 5-10 pixels away or something like that. Is there a way to specify this like hspace="10" or osmething like that?
EDIT: I just had aonther tohught. This table is inside a <div> Therefore, is there a way tyo set like a margin on the div because that is the only reason why i really wanted to know how to move the tables..to create a margin. But if there is a way to just set one up in the <div> tag that would be the easiest.
Last edited by ToYourEscape; 03-03-2004 at 05:39 PM.
That did the charm. Thanks alot Of ocurse now I have to re-work my site and create the margins the right way instead of trying to cheat the effect....the joy of coding....
Thanks again for the help
Should <div style="margin-right:10px;"> be working as well? I tried it but it has no effect. Am i doing something wrong here?
Last edited by ToYourEscape; 03-03-2004 at 08:23 PM.
Yes (and No if you don't understand the DIV tag).
Should <div style="margin-right:10px;"> be working as well?
The <div> will fill the width of the screen with a 10px space on the right edge.
Add this style and you will see the effect. It will add a black border around your DIV
<div style="margin-right:10px; border:1px solid #000">
margin:10px will add a 10px space all around.
you can also use.. padding:10px which will add a 10px padding inside the DIV border.
Read up on using CCS and you will find all sorts of effects
POST EDITED: see comment below
Last edited by Nedals; 03-03-2004 at 11:33 PM.
I know what you're trying to say, nedals, but your use of the term 'border' to describe 'margin' is very confusing since 'border' is a separate concept and a keyword in an of itself.
Sometimes I even confuse myself
Edited the post; Thanks!
Well i think i got it now..thanks for all the help.
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