That thing is a monster, huh?
I played around a bit with the code offline in an html editor and am coming to a realization that the entire site was built without enough forethought given to browser resolutions and end-result.
I got it below 1024 wide, but at the sacrifice of some of the 'background image' graphics which look like tire-tread around the bottom and right-hand side of the page. Maybe a look with Dreamweaver would enlighten me some more about what is really going on, but I am seeing reams of superfluous code, nested table-cells and nested-tables, just the very thing that aspirin is meant to aleviate. :eek:
And combining style measures won't work, -I see a few "margin-left: 4" statements ("4" -what? pixels? points? em? And a measurement in " (inches!?) ) Oh no, -avoid doing that. Different browsers do not know "inches" any more than the'd know "ounces". Stick to either em, px or pt when calling sizes for font or margin/border/spacing/padding size.
I know that you're new to this, and this is a common happenstance with Dreamweaver/Frontpage: -bloated code. This is a good example of that.
There is just so many lil' aches an' pains in here! If you're not stuck with and got your heart set with this design, I might recommend a re-design of the page. There is waaaay too much 'formatting' trying to be done using table-cells and 'spacer.gif' images. Tables is a poor way to structure a site unless you're loading it with tabular data (text, like spreadsheet data, or perhaps even images but only if they are the SAME size), I'd bail on this. This is the very thing why I dislike Frontpage and to a lesser extent, Dreamweaver. It generates too much 'stuff' that you don't really need. But alot of people still use both of these, and maybe there is someone else with more experience with Dreamweaver that could have better advice.
Do keep working on it though. There is nothing that comes as close as 'creating SOMETHING almost literally out of NOTHING', as coding your own web pages! It can be quite rewarding.