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How do you make different tables load in your order
Would like to make my banner load first
Arctrust




msg:3083001
 3:20 pm on Sep 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hey Guys:

I know someone knows - but it certainly isn't me.

Front Page 2000 or 2003 how do I make the tables load in an order that I select?

I have a site where I have different tables.... I would like to load table (2) before all others

(1)HEADER TABLE

(2)ADVERT TABLE

(3)
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(4)FOOTER

Thank you in advance!
ARC

 

cgcody




msg:3085151
 5:32 am on Sep 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

The tables will render in the order they appear in the html. You can try positioning them absolutely with CSS, and then putting the tags in the order you want loaded, in your html.

You might also want to think about using divs, rather than tables. Unlike tables, they don't take ages to render. Though advert images will, of course, still take a while to load.

brucec




msg:3086066
 1:02 am on Sep 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

You could also use divs like cgcode said and with a little Javascript DOM help, you would show and hide certain divs in the order you like.

Arctrust




msg:3086426
 2:22 pm on Sep 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

Thanks Guys!

I knew I could count on the Webmaster World talent!

Thank you!
ARC

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