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Hi!

On this page: http://www.orlando-web-hosting.net/index2.asp
The top two tables were created using HTML.
I am trying to recreate them using CSS and divisions on the bottom two tables.
I would greatly appreciate any specific help on getting the formatting using CSS of the bottom two tables to match the top two tables, except I like that the bottom tables columns are wider than the top two tables columns as they are currently.
TIA
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Question by:TrueBlue
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by:jonahzona
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I would help you like I did yesterday, but you really should hire someone to do this work. When you start talking about recoding a page, don't you think you should pay whoever is doing that to complete the work? Just a thought.
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by:TrueBlue
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jonahzona,

I mainly need help getting the fourth table to float left below the third table, with a line in between and a line after the fourth table so the text below stays below.
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by:jonahzona
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I would say put the info back so those 4 tables are tables again. get rid of all the divs you converted to for now.

once you get the tables back so it is lined up, i can help you from there.

this is why i never use tables..... :)
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by:TrueBlue
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jonahzona,

I updated the page just to show the four grids.
Any ideas now?
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Sorry, that isn't what I meant.

I meant to make all the grids the same. The first two were tables, the second two are divs. But they are all styled to look the same.

If you made all the tables the same, we could wrap them in a div and fix the content beneath them.
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by:TrueBlue
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jonahzona,

I figured it out.
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