HTML and Button/GIF spacing???

  King Diamond 11:18 13 May 2003
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The scenario - I have a button centered in the page, with two candle Gif's either side, all centered. The two candle gif's are either side of the button but to close...how do I create a space between the gifs and the button so they do not look so close together?

Thanks!

  kingkenny 11:21 13 May 2003

can u not use " " command to create a space?

  kingkenny 11:24 13 May 2003

that command was  

  kingkenny 11:25 13 May 2003

jeez, this is painful!

do you really want to take my advice after this??

& n b s p is the command (without the spaces obviously)

  King Diamond 11:30 13 May 2003

Lol...cheers, here is the code -

<center><img src="candle3.gif">
<a href="click here">
<img src="click here" border="0" width="100" height="35" /></a>
<img src="candle3.gif"></center>
</div>

Were would I apply the spacing commands to make the candle gifs have a little space between them and the bravenet button.

The nbsp command? is the & part of it?

  kingkenny 11:37 13 May 2003

<center><img src="candle3.gif">(here)<a href="click here"> <img src="click here" border="0" width="100" height="35" /></a>(here) <img src="candle3.gif"></center> </div>

Yes the & is part of the command. It puts 1 space into the page. You can use it several times to create space. I am still learning HTML but think this should work

  kingkenny 11:38 13 May 2003
  King Diamond 11:40 13 May 2003

Spot on...thanks for that, you have been a great help.

  kingkenny 11:40 13 May 2003

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