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I need to nudge a few words across the page to look better and the validation says I can't use &nbsp I am assuming this is realated to a transitional doc type issue or is it to do with charset=utf-8 anyway how do i get to nudge the words across the page please:(
 

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cellpadding is ok within a table element, but probably not what you want since it will add padding all the way around.

If you site layout is built in tables, but within an element you need to nudge to the right, you could wrap the nudged content with something like:
text
Now this is certainly a hack, and the "better" way would be to use css for the whole thing, but when you're learning you mess around with things along the way to get what you want. When you're ready, some simple instructions like this page can help a lot with your understanding. It's worth the time to learn, and not too hard to do the basic stuff.
 

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Can I see the url to your site.... i googled it, but didn't come up,
ps take this to a different forum////
 

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WHY SHOP ONLINE AT JOE'S

I want to nudge along from why shop online at joe's as it sits above an unordered list.

I haven't published to WWW just learning. Which forum should I take it to? I have saved the CSS doc you sent for when I am up to that - many thanks
 

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I need to nudge a few words across the page to look better and the validation says I can't use &nbsp I am assuming this is realated to a transitional doc type issue or is it to do with charset=utf-8 anyway how do i get to nudge the words across the page please:(
You can use &nbsp..... just make sure you have a ; immediatly after the &nbsp

This issue will not have anything to do with your doc-type or charset, I would have to see what you have that gives this error.

I have used to bump an image/text from left to right. part of the learning curve.... There are other ways to place text, but all in good time.
 
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