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i started screwin around with css last night

would style sheets help me with alignment?

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update....fixed alignment issues.... <td width="511" rowspan="4" align="top" etc....>

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To align things in with table tags, you need attributes valign='top' and align='center'. Depending on who you want viewing the website, IE for PC's (which is the main browser used by most people) does not cooperate with CSS very well (it pretty much sucks). So if you want your site to work properly on all computers, I suggest sticking with tables.
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