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I am using Dreamweaver 3 and for some reason I am having a great deal of trouble positioning a form where I want it to be. I have it in a table row and whenever I preview it in a browser it is always to big height wise (much bigger than the text box I have in it) and I can't seem to make it smaller no matter what I do. Can anyone help?
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bigstar earned 200 total points
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Justin - I had the same problem - check out the dialogue and solution in my question posted in April 2000 at this address:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=dreamweaver&qid=10331132 

It sould help.
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by:JustinB
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Thanks Bigstar, I managed to figure out that moving the form tags helps to allieviate the problem but some of the other suggestions may prove helpful, just goes to show that hand coding is always useful.

I have lots of points so please accept
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Now you can say you have answered a question successfully!
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Justin

Many thanks - My first expert points - and I've been using EE for three years!!

Yes hand coding here does seem to the key. I certainly learnt something from my form question which I will use in the future.

Glad to be of service - at last!
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