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#1 EmilyB539

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 01:57 PM

I am currently redoing the layout on my website, and it has a table with two rows, and two columns. Like this:
www.weavinthebend.com/newlayout

Though I have a problem, see the picture of the dog at the top right? Well I am replacing that with my logo. Though the logo is wider than that photo and stretches out the cell holding the nav bar. I think its too wide and the only solution I can think of (without making the logo smaller, because I really like its size) is to make that white cell wider, without making the cell above it (the one holding Grey "Weavin The Bend" text) wider, but also without pushing the cell holding the nav bar over. Is this possible in any way?

I have searched google, and found nothing. I can't think of how to do this. I am out of ideas, help!!!

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 02:29 PM

Make it two tables. The top table holding the title and your logo, and the second table holding the rest of the content.

Also, it is really annoying to people to have a video autoplay when going to a site. Don't do that by default, otherwise every time someone goes to your page, they will have to see it all over again. That will annoy your users.

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 03:12 PM

Make it two tables. The top table holding the title and your logo, and the second table holding the rest of the content.

Also, it is really annoying to people to have a video autoplay when going to a site. Don't do that by default, otherwise every time someone goes to your page, they will have to see it all over again. That will annoy your users.


Thanks! It worked :trumpet: :thumbsup:

I don't know why I didn't think of that, :flowers:

Sure thing, I am going to replace that video anyway.




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