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html formatting is making my eyes bleed

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I need somebody to look at http://free.livegirllove.com and tell me how to get the headers in my colomns to all line up.  CAUTION!!! Adult Content!!!!

The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, set of colomns are perfect, why won't the rest line up.  You will see how the white bar is not even across the three colomns.  

Also Why is there a blank space at the top above the .swf header?  I can't figure it out.  The only stuff above the .swf header are the layers, and the  javascript stuff.

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Change the document write tag in the top script to this: ( add the <br> )

document.write('" height="1" width="1" alt="" /><br>');

though you'll still have a 1 pixel line, caused by the height of the image. Let me look at the column problem...
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The problem columns are caused by different numbers of <br> tags...

In one case it's:
Column Heading Word</font></font></b><br><br>

in other cases its:
Column Heading Word</font></font></b><br>

and this image sometimes has a <br> tag after it, others don't. So you're getting inconsistencies.
<img src="http://free.livegirllove.com/images/whitebar.gif" width="220" height="2"><br>

You just need to make sure that each column uses "exactly" the same code, and you'll be fine.

Thanks,
georgemarian

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by:livegirllove
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That worked great!!
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by:livegirllove
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thats true in the first set of colomns, I added the second <br> just to see if that would help.  However in colomns 6 and 7 I believe the code is the same.  I'm going to take another look though.  Could you?  
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by:livegirllove
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yeah ok you are right, im an idiot
thanks for the help!!

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My pleasure...
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by:livegirllove
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Ok it all looks great now.
thanks
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