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May I know how to fix the frame in my system so that they will not shift their position? When I open my system in other computer or when I zoom it, the frames in my system will move.

May I know how to fix it? I use <table>, <div> or <td> also same. Or the way I using it was wrong? Sorry, my english not good, hope you all understand what I talking about.

Below is my coding. Can you all teach me the right way to solve the position problem?

<table align='center'><td><div>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Index&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T2' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Company Name&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T1' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Company Number&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T3' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Director Name&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T4' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Telephone Number&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T5' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<span lang="en-us">	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4">Fax Number&nbsp; :  </font></span>
	<input type='text' name='T6' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<span lang="en-us"><font size="4" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" color="#FFFFFF">
	Company Address&nbsp; : </font></span> 
	<input type='text' name='T7' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Correspondence Address&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T8' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	Emai&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<font size="4">
	<input type='text' name='T9' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold" size="4"><span lang="en-us">
	AGM Date&nbsp; : </span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T10' size='77'>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<font color="#FFFFFF" face="Arial Rounded MT Bold"><span lang="en-us">
	<font size="4">Account Financial Year End&nbsp; : </font></span></font>
	<input type='text' name='T11' size='77'>
	<p> </p>
	<p align="center"> </p>
	</table></td>

	<table align='center'><td>
	<p align="center">&nbsp;<input type='submit' value='   Add   ' name='submit' style='font-family: Times New Roman; color: #000000; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12pt'>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
	<input type='reset' value='  Reset  ' name='B2' style='font-family: Times New Roman; color: #000000; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12pt'>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
	<input type='submit' value='   Back   ' name='submit' style='font-family: Times New Roman; color: #000000; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12pt'></p>
	</table></td></div>

Edited by kira4: n/a

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Last Post by nileshgr
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Don't allow infinite expansion of the page. Use CSS and set the page size.
Something Like:

body {
max-width: 768px;
max-height: 1024px;
}
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I am using Front Page, can I set the page size also?

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Don't ask me anything about these designing tools. I have used none. I just simple text editor. Though a powerful one which can highlight almost any prog language in the world.

VIM-
http://www.vim.org

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