Lining up button gaphics in a table

Hi,

I'm having trouble lining up the little blue buttons on the following URL.  Any suggestions on how to fix this mess?

http://www.healthwatchce.com/summary3a.htm

Thanks,


Rowby
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Rowby GorenAsked:
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KennyIT Application ExecutiveCommented:
You should use a valign="top" or "middle" or "bottom". But I guess you want to align it with the text so, it should be "top".
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oubelkasCommented:
Mmmm, maybe what zxr250 wants can be what you want...though I don't know exactly how you want it lined up. Do you want the buttons touch each other, or something....

Joseph
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Hi,
What I want is each button to line up with the text on the right.

As you can see, this is being done in a table.  There are so many options to consider (so far as positioning) and I don't know which combination is what I should do to get it all to line up-- hortizonally.

There is the image properties (so far as positioning)

And all thenothers baseline, top, middle, center, etc.  I just want it to line up. And no, I don't want the buttons to touch.  Just to line up with the paragraphs on the right.

THanks!


Rowby
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oubelkasCommented:
Well you could try the proposed answer of zxr250 then...

Joseph
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oubelkasCommented:
So play with the valign and U can also use the height attribute to tighten things up :

Your code :

<tr>
<!-- so here the height + the valign of the tabledata will be set -->
            <td height="80" valign="top" align="right">
<!-- then also set this image align to top --><img src="images/click-for-info-order.gif" width="91" height="27" align="top" vspace="0"

hspace="0">
            </td>
<!-- also set this one to top -->
            <td valign="top">
              <h5 align="left">
<B><font face="Arial" color="#00007F">
<a href="cart-full-3.htm#The Dental Proffession and Califoirnia Law">
The Dental Profession and California Law</a>&nbsp; (California mandated)<br>
                </font></B><font face="Arial" color="#00007F"> Adrienne L. Krikorian,
                RDH, JD -&nbsp; </font><font face="Arial">Fee: $54&nbsp; </font><font face="Arial" color="#00007F">-&nbsp;
                </font><font face="Arial" color="#FF0000">3 Hours Credit</font>
                &nbsp;</h5>
      </td>
    </tr>

Hope this helps...

Joseph
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Your code did the trick!
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oubelkasCommented:
My code? Of course it did the trick, or else I wouldn't say so ;)

Mmmm, zxr doesn't have any comments left on this question? Well, still I'm happy I helped you out further on this Q!

Joseph
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