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Look like you have some extra or minning tags relating to the tables.

The best way I have found to find these is to go thru the code and put borders in the code for the tables one at a time and you will find one that extends too far over. Once found then you will need to find where to add an ending tag.

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I'm sorry. That was a typo!

I meant "missing".

examples

<table> <tr><td>

Each has to have a closing tag.

</table></tr></td>

Add borders to the tables like this to an existing table tag

<table border="2" bordercolor="ffffff>

Sorry for the confusion. Need a spell checker!

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I actually forgot to look at your site before the reply. but hopefully this helps anyways (whoops).

 

What the previous reply was refering to is to add borders to your tables in the html files. To do this you will either need to know how to edit html manually or have html editing software on your computer.

 

In the html/php files you will see code that looks something like this:

<table width="" hieght="" border=0>

 

if you change the border values to "1" you will be able to see which part of the table is causeing the problem. From there you can play with the width and hieght values of the table.

 

Hope this helps (ive only been using oscommerce for like 20 minutes now so i could be brutally wrong ;))

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