Unfortunetely, there is no script that will render the site in the browser so it will look the same at different resolutions.
Many developers now are using %s insted of pixels in their tables so the site will stretch according to browser window.
I advice you to go with one resolution and stick to it - you may want to create your pages for 800x600 - most common used now on the 'Net.
About the fixing tables -> please point out the tables you'd like to fix...
It is easy. Use standard HTML and make sure that it is well formed by validating the HTML. Homesite has a built-in validator and there are some online. For all its scripting capabilities, CSS support and limited support of the DOM, IE doesn't care about well-formed documents (except for IE5.0 for Mac).
I FIXED IT!!! GO take a look.. one small prob on the "SITES" page where the table is a little to the rght near the nav bar!1 otherwise it is all good!!! Don't know how it look in Netscape though!! thanx!
If your going to design websites you need to install Navigator on your machine so you can preview your work. If you don't want to take the time downloading it go buy a copy of MaximumPC magazine (make sure its not the "Naked" issue) and load Netscape off of their CD which always includes the latest versions of both Netscape and IE and has Opera on it about 4 times a year.