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<HTML>
<HEAD>
<head>
<TITLE>Minecraft Worlds</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<BODY BACKGROUND="Background(1).gif">


<CENTER><TABLE BORDER="0" cellpadding="0" CELLSPACING="0">
<TR>

<TD WIDTH="989" HEIGHT="200" BACKGROUND="logo.png" VALIGN="bottom">

<FONT SIZE="+1" COLOR="yellow"></FONT></TD>

</TR>
</TABLE></CENTER>
<CENTER><TABLE BORDER="0" cellpadding="0" CELLSPACING="0">
<TR>

<TD WIDTH="1006" HEIGHT="27" BACKGROUND="menu_bg.png" VALIGN="top">

<FONT SIZE="+1" COLOR="Red"><IMG SRC="forum.png"></FONT></TD>

</TR>
</TABLE></CENTER>


<CENTER><TABLE BORDER="0" cellpadding="0" CELLSPACING="0">
<TR>

<TD WIDTH="989" HEIGHT="742" BACKGROUND="picture1.png" VALIGN="top">

<CENTER><FONT SIZE="+1" COLOR="yellow"></FONT></TD><CENTER>

</TR>
</TABLE>
<IMG SRC="menu_bg.png">
</CENTER>
</BODY>
</HTML>

This is the code ive been working on for practice, and this is what i get out of it

http://s962.photobucket.com/albums/ae108/Brideaukyle1/?action=view&current=help.png

but i want the bar to look like this

http://s962.photobucket.com/albums/ae108/Brideaukyle1/?action=view&current=Untitled-1.png

and to be able to add more buttons

ive tried making the bar a table and putting the bar as the background then adding the buttons thats what the picture ^^ up there shows you, but i want it to be centered.

the name of the bar in the code is
menu_bg.png
and the button is
forum.png

and can someone also tell me how to make a topic go to solved?

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> and can someone also tell me how to make a topic go to solved?
You can click the "Mark this thread as solved" link under the heading "Has this thread been answered?" heading at the bottom of the thread.

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Tables are NOT the way to go. Learn how to create websites with divs. They'll make your life a lot easier and the troubleshooting (if there is any) will be a breeze compared to tables (in my opinion).

However, if you do decide to stick with a table layout, consider using padding and margin to "align" the bar with the navigation menu.

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Correct alignment needs properly tagged element also please check the html where some tag is not closing properly

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Tables are NOT the way to go. Learn how to create websites with divs. They'll make your life a lot easier and the troubleshooting (if there is any) will be a breeze compared to tables (in my opinion).

However, if you do decide to stick with a table layout, consider using padding and margin to "align" the bar with the navigation menu.

ive been looking at the <div> tag, i know how to to align it center left or right but the one thing i would like to know is how to place things side by side like put a content box and then a facebook page like button embedded beside it if you know what i mean?

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ive been looking at the <div> tag, i know how to to align it center left or right but the one thing i would like to know is how to place things side by side like put a content box and then a facebook page like button embedded beside it if you know what i mean?

I think the CSS style you want to use is float.

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I think the CSS style you want to use is float.

alright ill look into it thanks :)

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