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casetech.co.uk? How do he do it??


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no, you dont understand. I mean the way the tables join together along the top and the right hand side of the description.

 

If you oprn the html there are extra <td> tags, but im not too sure about them.

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oh that, he made new buttons and inserted the in the top bar and catagories.

your goona need a photo editor , or use a free one on line

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it's done through stylesheets I think.

You can actually assign a line on each side of the table cells with CSS.

So you create a tables that seem to flow into eachother.

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thanks mattice, at least someone can see what im on about. Im not very good at describing things but thanks everyone.

 

Can anyone out there send me an example of the code? or put some up here??

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CSS is how it is done for sure.

 

Basically all he is doing is defining his tables then adding color to them so that they seem to flow together.

 

Copy his source into your editor. If you are using dreamweaver it's nicey nice for this.

 

Then just go to each table and insert a link to call your style sheet for that kind of stuff. Make sure you have a stylesheet defined for it.

 

I just added onto the existing OSC style sheets for my pages.

 

I know I make it sound easy but I don't have time to type out a 5 page HOW-TO on it at the moment.

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Yep, the site design has changed more than enuff to not come under the branch of OSC if we decide not too.

 

And we decided not to.

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