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Columns are nice. How can I divide them with a line?


example

This is the first column of text. We make the line by creating three extra empty cells. The first is 10 pixels, the second is 2 pixels, and the third is 10 pixels. Now we are in the second column. The line is created by setting a GIF image to the length and height We want. Take a look at the source code below.


source code

<TABLE BORDER="0">
 <TR>
 <TD WIDTH="250">
 This is the first column of text.
 We make the line by creating three
 extra empty cells. The first is
 10 pixels, the second is 3 pixels,
 and the third is 10 pixels.
 </TD >
 <TD WIDTH="10"></TD>
 <TD WIDTH="3"><IMG SRC="black.gif" HEIGHT="75" WIDTH="3"></TD>
 <TD WIDTH="10"></TD>
 <TD WIDTH="250">
 Now we are in the second column.
 The line is created by setting
 a GIF image to the length and height
 We want. Take a look at the source 
 code below. 
 </TD>
 </TR>
</TABLE>


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