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Old 10-22-2003, 02:49 AM   #1
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Default The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

Here is my code for my counter thing of my site
<!-- BEGIN FASTCOUNTER CODE -->
<a href="http://member.bcentral.com/cgi-bin/fc/fastcounter-login?3302217" target="_top">
<img border="0" src="http://fastcounter.bcentral.com/fastcounter?3302217+6604441"></a>
<!-- END FASTCOUNTER CODE -->
<br>
<!-- BEGIN FASTCOUNTER LINK -->
<font face="arial" size="1">
<a href="http://fastcounter.bcentral.com/fc-join" target="_top">FastCounter by bCentral</a></font><br>
<!-- END FASTCOUNTER LINK -->


Here is the code for my guest book of my site

<!-- \/ GuestGEAR Code by http://htmlgear.com \/ -->
<a href="http://htmlgear.lycos.com/specs/guest.html"><img border=0 ismap src="http://htmlgear.lycos.com/img/guest/gb_blueridge.gif"></a><br>
<a target="_NEW" href="http://htmlgear.tripod.com/guest/control.guest?u=sidscafe0&i=1&a=view"><font face="arial,helv,helvetica,sans serif" size=-1>View My Guestbook</font></a><br>
<a target="_NEW" href="http://htmlgear.tripod.com/guest/control.guest?u=sidscafe0&i=1&a=sign"><font face="arial,helv,helvetica,sans serif" size=-1>Sign My Guestbook</font></a><br>
<!-- /\ End GuestGEAR Code /\ -->



Is it possible that with these someone can do it so that both appear on the same line and centred?
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Old 10-22-2003, 02:57 AM   #2
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

You could put them on the same line with a table and then use the <center> tag.
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

um.... not sure how you do it? could u pleasE?
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

do you think u could do this if its not to much truoble?
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

Try this :

Code:
<center><table><tr><td>
<!-- BEGIN FASTCOUNTER CODE -->
<a href="http://member.bcentral.com/cgi-bin/fc/fastcounter-login?3302217" target="_top">
<img border="0" src="http://fastcounter.bcentral.com/fastcounter?3302217+6604441"></a>
<!-- END FASTCOUNTER CODE -->
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<!-- BEGIN FASTCOUNTER LINK -->
<font face="arial" size="1">
<a href="http://fastcounter.bcentral.com/fc-join" target="_top">FastCounter by bCentral</a></font><br>
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</td><td>

<!-- \/ GuestGEAR Code by http://htmlgear.com \/ -->
<a href="http://htmlgear.lycos.com/specs/guest.html"><img border=0 ismap src="http://htmlgear.lycos.com/img/guest/gb_blueridge.gif"></a><br>
<a target="_NEW" href="http://htmlgear.tripod.com/guest/control.guest?u=sidscafe0&i=1&a=view"><font face="arial,helv,helvetica,sans serif" size=-1>View My Guestbook</font></a><br>
<a target="_NEW" href="http://htmlgear.tripod.com/guest/control.guest?u=sidscafe0&i=1&a=sign"><font face="arial,helv,helvetica,sans serif" size=-1>Sign My Guestbook</font></a><br>
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</td></tr></table></center>
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Old 10-23-2003, 01:21 PM   #6
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

That should work.
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Default Re: The Code is here all i need is it to be on the same line and centerd!

Thanks mate so much! the reason i wanted it done is i dont no a single bit of html and as im suing tripod and page builder i have to stick to vertain things and when i want t incert html i have to use web gem, and dont no how to put both together so there not on same line, anyway thanks very much
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Suing who??? lol,
Yeah I personally don't like those free virtual hosts, you get so many people that just subscribe, chuck up a website, register with search engines and then never touch thier site again.

Although, that's a bit of a generalization, I have seen some really good sites done on free hosts. I should check out the site your working on, but it it gets really big then you should take 'Dynamic Orientation' into consideration, it's server side, I discussed/briefed about cleint-side in comparision with server-side from the perspective of a server programmer in one of your other threads entitled; More Help- LOL.

Anyway, dynamic orientation is a V. sightly alternative to changing hundreds of links (literally, sometimes thousands) that has been adopted by multiple websites, in fact my site uses dynamic orientation.

I would suspect that you are using some sort of WYSIWYG editor like front-page or dreamweaver, they support (well I know that frontpage does, so I would suspect that dreamweaver would too) development-time dynamic orientation which isn't active (basically meaning that if you attempt to move a page/image or other item it will link try to it on the rest of the pages.)

where-as with an active page (once you've configured your server properly) you can ripp out as many pages or components as you want (provided it's not a base script) and your site will only display the pages there, a V. cool tool when looking at huge sites with numerous links.

I also suggest learning HTML, I know it's horrible and it takes forever in comparison with your fancy WYSIWIG editor, but it costs nothing, it's fully optomized and it gives you a better basis if you want to get into programming.

check out this site;

<a href="www33.brinkster.com/arkrillium">Arkrillium</a>

I built that entire site using nothing more then notepad and paint, have a look at the code, and then compare it with what your editors is spitting out.

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