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Newbie and Alignment with table menu

Poster: multiplexed
Dated: Wednesday December 24 2003 - 20:42:31 GMT

I know next to nothing about html and frontpage. A book is on my to-do list, but for now it's on the back burner do to financial and time constraints.

I have the table menu and most of a first page on the web. My problem is there's a crease in the border of the top graphics.

I turned off the shadow to fix things earlier by setting an angle of 180 and depth of 0. Now I think the border is causing problems. I'd like to leave this stuff turned on (especially the border), but how do I keep that crease from happening?

There's probably something in html I can do to fix this, but html isn't my trade or hobby.

The site is at

If anyone knows how to fix this I'd really appreciate the help.

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Wednesday December 24 2003 - 23:17:35 GMT

I don't understand what you mean by creased. I went using IE5.0 and there doesn't seem to be a crease..there's a 1px white border it seems at the top, but that's all I see. Could you perhaps be a little more visual as to just exactly where it is and what it looks like? Sorry


Merry Christmas

Poster: Maz
Dated: Wednesday December 24 2003 - 23:42:04 GMT

Place the script *** to *** under <body>

If you keep this file intact, then place ** to ** in the table.

Then remove * to *.


Or place *** to *** under <body>

Then ** to ** under <body. (leaving out * to * from the file)

Then place * to * in the table.


There are 2 ways of doing this, so I hope you understand these simple directions.


Happy Christmas


<td valign=top>
***<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="scripts/milonic_src.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>   
         <script language=JavaScript>
         if(ns4)_d.write("<scr"+"ipt language=JavaScript src=scripts/mmenuns4.js><\/scr"+"ipt>");      
           else _d.write("<scr"+"ipt language=JavaScript src=scripts/mmenudom.js><\/scr"+"ipt>");
**<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="scripts/menu_data.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>**

*with(milonic=new menuname("Main Menu")){
            aI("text=Home;url=;status=Back To Home Page;");
            aI("text=Computer Repair;url=;");
            aI("text=How-To Guide;url=;");

Poster: Hergio
Dated: Friday December 26 2003 - 18:14:36 GMT

I didnt see what you are referring to, in fact the menu didnt even render as I tried viewing it under IE6. You may be currently working on it though.

Just a tip...and you may be doing this on purpose, but turn off 'directory listing' on your website. When you go to I get a full directory listing of every file you have on your can prove to be insecure if somethings not set up correctly. If you dont own the server and its maintained by someone else, you should have them turn it off.

Poster: multiplexed
Dated: Thursday January 1 2004 - 22:52:49 GMT

Sorry. I started messing with stuff again and removed the script at index.html.

Try which is where things get redirected to after the script.

I'll be attempting maz's directions tonight and let you know how it goes.

Poster: multiplexed
Dated: Thursday January 1 2004 - 23:35:52 GMT

Once I put the menu items in the right place the crease dissappeared. Plus everything is centralized now for easier administration and no ssi needed to do it.

Thanks to MAZ and everyone for the assistance!

Poster: Maz
Dated: Thursday January 1 2004 - 23:49:32 GMT

Great, its not as difficult as it is to explain :)

You have an include comming through html, perhaps an end tag left off ;)