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    HTML Help

    Im currently designing a site and require some help.

    I download a template from a website which im using but just wondering whether anyone knew how to do the following.

    1. Remove the Three "side bar menus located on the Right Hand Side " and expand the middle section . Everytime i try to do it , it messes up the Webpage layout.

    If anyone can explain to me how to go about doing it so that i can do the other pages in the website myself , that would be good.

    cheers

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    are you using an editor like dreamweaver or frontpage

    or

    are you just editing the html?
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    BTW- i cant view the source code from that file that you've attached.
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    Sorry about that

    Im using Dreamweaver,

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    I really hacked that code up, but I deleted the column for you.

    Is this what you wanted?
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    Hi mooret,

    Its a job of 15sec. I am using FP 2000. Hope you get the idea, and you can make it with Dreamweaver.

    1) Click somewhere in the table. Goto menu. Click Table>>Select>>Table>>Press "Delete."
    2) Repeat step 1) on all three tables
    3) Click that empty area. Goto menu. Click Table>>Select>>Cell>>Press "Delete."
    By now you must have cleared the area at the right.

    4) Right-Click somewhere in that clear area. Select Cell Properties>>You will see that cell width defined to be 367. Now set it to 100%. There we go. Problem solved.

    btw I have attached the fixed version of the page.

    Edit: roswell1329, you are too fast, man. I am late but correct. Buddy he asked for the removal of Right-Hand-Side panel but you ripped off the left one.

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    Singh, thats what i was looking for .

    Thanks both of you guys for your help.

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    tables for layout = no!

    tables are to be used for displaying tabular data (spreadsheets etc) layout and styles should be controlled through CSS. Google XHTML/CSS design

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    Good point, valhallen, but if he's using dreamweaver he may not be that advanced yet. Complying with the HTML/XHTML and CSS standards AND making a webpage work in every browser is a full time job, these days!
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