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soundchaseruk
05-28-2010, 07:32 AM
I have two Windows OS pcs here and one with Windows 7 and IE and the other XP and IE

I am very confused when I look at my clients new website I have done on both pcs, as the display seems good on one, and not on the other.

I need to know is there something wrong with the images on the DRIVEWAYS page as I am not sure which IE to beleive.

http://www.totallandscapes.co.uk/

Its the group of 4 photos on the right. Do they sit as a set of 4 or do they show as in an irregular pattern?

urbanrays
05-28-2010, 10:14 AM
Firstly, and before anyone else says it, why are you using so many tables
secondly you problem looks like its in this code, different widths, different heights different hspace different vspace.


<p class="style9"><img src="Assets/Scan330, May 14, 2010_409x282_200x138.png" width="185" height="123" hspace="10" /><img src="Assets/Scan329, May 14, 2010_409x282_200x138.png" width="180" height="124" hspace="5" /><img src="Assets/Scan331, May 14, 2010_409x292_200x143.png" width="184" height="129" hspace="10" vspace="30" /><img src="Assets/Scan332, May 14, 2010_409x292_200x143.png" width="184" height="132" hspace="5" vspace="30" /></p>

Basically messy code, also change the names of your images to suit the purpose.

ie.
href="Landscaping.html">read more &gt;</a><br />
&nbsp;<br />
&nbsp;<br /> </td>
<td width="45">&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
</table>
<br /> </td>
<td width="4">&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="166">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="1"></td>
<td width="54">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="4">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="318">Website designed and Managed by <a href="http://www.soundchaserwebdesign.co.uk">SOUNDCHASER WEB DESIGN</a></td>
<td width="464">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="215">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="4">&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
</table>


Without sounding rude, this doesnt look like the work of a web designer.

d a v e
05-28-2010, 12:21 PM
and that flash header is really distracting on every page!

soundchaseruk
05-29-2010, 06:54 PM
thanks guys I do not profess to be an expert and know I should learn more coding skills. This template was one that came with DW but I dont see how I have too many tables

gentleone
05-29-2010, 07:46 PM
I do not profess to be an expert and know I should learn more coding skills.

If you present your self as a web designer and do clients work than in my opinion you should really know the basics of HTML & CSS from these days.

This template was one that came with DW

Yes, if you use templates from a DW version (DW6) that is from 2002 than you're still stuck with table-based templates.

If you learn to handcode, than your DW6 wouldn't be a problem. You can even still use DW1 from 1997 for that.
Or find some free CSS based templates on the Internet and go on from there. It would be a good learning method for you and we're here to help you with it