The answer is Yes, however you might want to make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can answer your iPage question better...
Well I can't really show the code cuz it's a good amount of php that generates it, but if you go to.
And resize your window until it starts altering the layout of text, you'll see what I mean. i'd like to make it to where the text stays the same, no matter what size the window is or how much room is left. again, thanks for the help...
That is what we want, we don't care about the php side of things as the html is what is generated..
Ok, with that said you have a lot of issues..
1) you have style tags outside of your head tags, can't have that. all style attributes must be between the head tags..
2) you never defined your table. if your table is just a tag as you have it then it will do what you see it doing. you need to had a bunch of stuff to it..
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="750">.
Or you can define the width in the table cells..
Also you have invalid nesting.
That is all wrong. take the opening center tag and place it before the anchor tag..
But the overall problem will be fixed if you gave the table a set width..
Work through this error list:.
Attribute to every.
All attribute values, especially all.
Sizes, and any other attribute value that contains anything other than a simple.
Value. In HTML 4.01 it is.
Hide any closing tags like.
That are within.
Statements by either breaking them open.
' + '.
Or by escaping them.
And the validator will no longer complain about these closing tags. It is important to break directly after the.
And not the middle of a word..
Sort out the nesting errors, like those that.
Errors can be replaced with a little bit of CSS code instead. Put this in a text file, with a name ending in.
You should export the CSS to an external file and call it with instructions in the.
Section of the HTML file. Most people use this one, but it can cause problems:.
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" src="/path/file.css">.
It is better to use this slightly longer version of this, again placed in the.
Section of the HTML file:.
<meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css">.
This version hides the CSS from older versions of Netscape that cannot handle CSS. This stops those versions from displaying a corrupted page with overlapping elements...