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Help with <CF_TWOSELECTSRELATED>

Can someone look at the following page, what I need to do is line up the "textarea" directly to the right of the two selects. The top of the textarea should be in-line with the top select box. You can see what it looks like now by going here.
 http://66.27.1.6/carnivorepc/_dbs/_dsp/dsp_add_component.cfm

    <TR>
      <TD width="8%">Type ID:</TD>
      <TD>&nbsp;
       <CF_TwoSelectsRelated
     QUERY="getType"
     NAME1="typeID"
     NAME2="mfgID"
     DISPLAY1="typeID"
     DISPLAY2="mfgID"
     FORCEWIDTH1="40"
     FORCEWIDTH2="40"
     SIZE1="1"
     SIZE2="1"
     AUTOSELECTFIRST="Yes"
     EMPTYTEXT1="Please choose one"
     EMPTYTEXT2="Please choose one"
     HTMLBETWEEN="</TD></TR><TR><TD>MfgID<td>&nbsp;"
     FORMNAME="component_add"> </TD>
      <TD rowspan="4" width="78%" valign="top">
        <textarea cols="60" rows="8" name="description" style="background-image : url(/carnivorepc/_images/trex4.gif); background-repeat : no-repeat;" class="input"></textarea>
      </TD>
    </TR>
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SewellMCommented:
The problem is the content of HTMLBETWEEN.  You close the td and then the tr, but you should have closed the td and then inserted the beginning td for the textarea.  Close the td and then close the tr.

It will end up looking like:
<FORM NAME="component_add" ACTION="dsp_add_component.cfm" METHOD=POST onSubmit="return _CF_checkcomponent_add(this)">
    <TR>
      <TH align="left" class="header" width="8%">Components</TH>
      <TD class="header" colspan="2">&nbsp;</TD>
    </TR>
    <tr bgcolor="#FF00FF">
      <TD width="8%">Type ID:</TD>
      <TD>&nbsp;
<!--- the javascript goes here --->
          <SELECT NAME="typeID" onChange="component_addChangeMenu()" SIZE="1" >
          <OPTION VALUE="">Please choose one
          <OPTION VALUE="cpu">cpu
          <OPTION VALUE="mod">mod
          <OPTION VALUE="vid">vid
          <OPTION VALUE=""></SELECT>
     </TD>
     <TD rowspan="4" width="78%" valign="top">
     <textarea cols="60" rows="8" name="description" style="background-image : url(/carnivorepc/_images/trex4.gif); background-repeat : no-repeat;" class="input"></textarea>
  </TD>
</TR>

This will allow the textarea to start on the same row as the Type ID select box.

Michael
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DBrownAuthor Commented:
Ok so HTMLBETWEEN= should say what exactly? Sorry to sound stupid, but I am extremely tired, and have been loosing sleep over this damn tag.

HTMLBETWEEN="</TD><TD>MfgID</TD> .....?


Doug
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SewellMCommented:
Try this:
HTMLBETWEEN="</TD><TD rowspan="4" width="78%" valign="top"><textarea cols="60" rows="8" name="description" style="background-image : url(/carnivorepc/_images/trex4.gif);
background-repeat : no-repeat;" class="input"></textarea>
 </TD></TR><TR><TD>MfgID<td>&nbsp;"

Michael
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SewellMCommented:
Sorry, should have said this.  Double quotes would cause problems

HTMLBETWEEN='</TD><TD rowspan="4" width="78%" valign="top"><textarea cols="60" rows="8" name="description"
style="background-image : url(/carnivorepc/_images/trex4.gif);
background-repeat : no-repeat;" class="input"></textarea>
</TD></TR><TR><TD>MfgID<td>&nbsp;'

Michael
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DBrownAuthor Commented:
Thanks alot, works great. Your a life saver



Doug
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SewellMCommented:
Glad it worked.

Michael
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DBrownAuthor Commented:
Didnt I award you points for this? I think EE is going nuts again!!!



Doug
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SewellMCommented:
Again, you mean it stopped at one time...;-)

Michael
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mrichmonCommented:
No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this question.
I will leave the following recommendation in the Cleanup topic area:

Accept SewellM

Please leave any comments here within the next four days.

mrichmon
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