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vtupser
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I would use colspans instead of rowspans because not all browsers like the rowspan attribute. Do like design2 said, but instead colspan the top row to encompas your header then use the second row to act as your nav and body content. You can also resort to using CSS if you know how to use the positioning commands, but then again not all browsers are compliant.
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