I’m building a website for a local guitar shop, and for each individual product page I’m trying to achieve a template in which there is a product photo on the left, with a 2 column table of specifications on the right.
To do this I’ve tried to use a table within a table. The “outside” table is just a single row with two data cells, the left being the photograph, and the right including the specs table.
In the visual editor everything is aligned perfectly as I’ve coded in all the correct alignment codes(valign=”top” etc) and it all looks like this screenshot shows:
However for some reason, the live page pushes the specs table down to the bottom of the photo. It’s aligned horizontally, but shifted down a lot.
I know someone has had a similar issue with a similar theme as discussed in this thread…(http://wordpress.org/support/topic/problem-with-table-alignment-in-posts-for-twentyten-theme-1?replies=13)but the solution they’ve given is to change some coding in the stylesheet.
Someone had previously setup this site and I’m now rebuilding on top of what they’d done a few years ago, and apparently everything is stored on the WordPress server, they didn’t download everything properly so I don’t have access to the stylesheet and CSS within buying the upgrade for full customization. Can anyone suggest a solution with some basic HTML coding perhaps??
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