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    Angry Pictures and gifs

    I am a silver surfer who is trying my best to learn how to compose a Web page. I am trying to put three gifs inline across the front of my page but i fail everytime. They appear staggered. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks all. Leaklander

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    Re: Pictures and gifs

    Originally posted by Leaklander
    I am trying to put three gifs inline across the front of my page but i fail everytime. They appear staggered. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks all. Leaklander
    Try this and insert your image code.
    <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5"
    bgcolor="#ffffff" bordercolor="#ff0080">
    <tr>
    <td align="center"valign="top">
    image 1
    </td>
    <td align="center"valign="top">
    image 2
    </td>
    <td align="center"valign="top">
    image 3
    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>

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    Re: Pictures and gifs

    Originally posted by Leaklander
    I am trying to put three gifs inline across the front of my page but i fail everytime.
    a simple
    <img src="img1.png"> <img src="img2.png"> <img src="img3.png">

    should do what you want. If it doesn't there is something else wrong on your page in which case you should follow daves advice and post a link to your page so we can help you further.

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    Originally posted by Leaklander
    I am trying to put three gifs inline across the front of my page but i fail everytime.
    a simple
    <img src="img1.png"> <img src="img2.png"> <img src="img3.png">
    That is the simplest way. I thought the sizes of the images, or something else, as was suggested, might have created a problem. Which is the reason I have given the table method. We don't know since the page has not been shown.

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