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Hi all,

I have a 4 column table. Say the count of records in each column is 5, 50, 100, 200.

the column with 5 entries, has those entries not appearing at the top of its data area.

eg

cars houses flights
a
b
c
d a
e b a
f c b
g d
h
i
j
k
l


What can i do to make sure they are "top justified"?

Cheers

Paul

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How can you have a different count of records in each column of a given table?
records are in row counts.
A given table has X amount of records in it.
Try writing your question again, so that we may understand it.

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ok, i have a table of 3 wide, 2 down.

the three accross the top are the titles.

the next 3 hold listing scripts.

What seems to be happening is they list from the centre of the table cell, where i really want it to do it from the top of the table

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ok, i have a table of 3 wide, 2 down.

the three accross the top are the titles.

the next 3 hold listing scripts.

The part about the titles and two rows displayed under them I get.

Now where did the next three come from? What are "listing scripts"?
You mean PHP script listing being displayed in text area????

MAn, I'm still confused! Your title says MySql, but you are actually talking about HTML tables?
When you write, make believe that we have no idea what you are doing, because we don't. You need to be *very* descriptive and precise. Use proper terminology when applicable.

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Hi,

Your right, im so sorry. Sometimes i get my terminology mixed. Whilst reading on what to say i found a solution.

Ive put php as all my tables are in php tags, when it is really html.

Basically, the html tables "td" element needed a "valign="top" value, which justifies to the top.

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