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There are a number of ways you could do this. You could use frames, tables, or css. Try googling the different ones and see if you can find a solution for what you want to do.

-- Andy


depends how you are making your page. If you are using CSS you could use float property and CSS positioning too. Apart from that you could use tables and frames which are straight forward.


Very simple but I have to ask. if u positioned that nav bar and header fine, how do u have a problem with positioning what u want in the white area?


You should search google for that.

I never really run across this because I design all of my layouts in Adobe Photoshop. Once you are done, you slice out the images, and then choose save as webpage, it then creates it all for you; in return, I make my main page a frame, so when you click on links, it all goes in there.

You might also want to check out sites the give free layouts (non frame layouts), sometimes looking at the coding in them can be very helpful.


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