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    I just designed a nice page. However, when I viewed them through a browser with smaller resolution, not only the text "squashed" together but one of my images "jumped" down to the next line making it looked messy.

    How do I put images in one position and regardless if the browser is smaller resolution, it will stay there ???

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    Use a table set at a percentage that can adjust to the monitor resolution

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    That's the problem rather the solution. When the table adjust to the monitor resolution, the images jump off to the next line since the table is not large enough to contain them. How do I make the image stay in one place regardless of the monitor solution? In another word, how can I make my page do not adjust to the monitor resolution at all ???

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    Only way to do that is to use fixed positioning via CSS.

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    If I understand Puzzler's problem correctly (a URL would be helpful...), the problem might be fixed by simply adding the NOWRAP attribute to the <TD> tag containing the images he wants to prevent from wrapping.

    Puzzler, let me know if that fixes your problem! If not, could we get a link to the site so we can see the problem for ourselves?

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