Re: website good then bad

From: Daniel Piechnick
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Hi ML. There are a number of things that could be causing this, but the most likely one is that you have some kind of redundant table structure. If you're using tables, try to use as few as possible - not everything needs a table. The other possible cause of this problem is to do with screen resolution. If you're looking at the same web page on different monitors, this could be a problem. Elements that have variable sizes (usually tables again) will look different on different resolutions. Make sure that you tables are all set to pixel sizes, not percentages.