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I'd like to know if there's a way to put a diiferent image into each individual cell of a table.  I'd like to have the images there, and be able to change the text ontop of them on a regular basis?  So, far I haven't been able to find a way to put a different image into each cell, only different colors.

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You can only do this with Internet Explorer 3 upwards. It has extentions to HTML to allow background images to be placed in a table, a row or a cell:
<table background="picture.gif">
or
<tr background="picture.gif">
or
<td background="picture.gif"
Of course, only IE3.x will be able to view these images on your page, any Netscape or other browsers will just see the page background or colour.
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