Writing HTML for the web is sort of tricky because there are so many 
different platforms, all of which read the rules slightly different.  On 
top of that we have the problem of screen resolutions.  Your 17" 1024 x 
768 screen may blow away the user with a 14" screen and 640 x 480, yet if 
you size for his 640 x 480, then on my 19" monitor your pages look 
Lilliputian.  Add in the vagaries of literally hundreds of browsers in use 
today and you have a nightmare. 

Chaos, uncertainty, and doubt  -  my work here is done.

My only point is - if you want these pages to look acceptable you really 
need to bring in someone to show the way.  Doing the pages is fun, but it 
is very definitely a place for professional advice if your pages will be 
seen outside the immediate family.




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Problem is that you lose the some of the formatting, so your documents
look different. Is there another way?

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