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Put each image in it's own table cell. You can set overall spacing using the cellpadding and/or cellspacing attributes. You can set a particular image within this by making a cell bigger than the image by the amount of space you want, and aligning the image to the far away corner.
 

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I don't know a whole lot about tables and cellspacing, I use pretty basic html, I know theres a thing called span tags, is there a way I can go about using those or if you could show me the code for doing what you mentioned I would be greatly appreciative.
 

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HTML tables are a bit much to explain here (more in length than difficulty, so don't panic) but there are some good tutorials out there (like this one) that cover them quite nicely.

Hope that helps. :)
 

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I went there I learned tables and they don't space the images they only align them, and I can do that using %center% or %div align=center%. Thanks for your help but tables didn't do it. If there is something that spaces the images evenly apart from each other within the table that wasn't covered there I would like to know it.
 

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Cellpadding and cellspacing didn't do it with each image in it's own cell?
Can you draw up a plan of what you're after with the various image sizes and spacings you'd like? I may be able to help you with working out the code, if you'd like.
 

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Thanks for your help but I'm just going to calculate where they would appear and use div tags, its going to be simpler anyway, I should of just done that from the start but didn't think about it
 
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