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I need to have two tables sit side by side, but no matter
what I do, they end up stacked. What gives?

example

A table must sit alone on a "line", but if we stick our tables inside of a table... guess what? It works! This is also very useful for when you have two pictures, each with a caption under it. In this example, I have BORDER=1 so you can see what is going on.

This is in our first table!
And this is in the second table!


source code

<TABLE BORDER="1" WIDTH="500">
  <TR>
   <TD WIDTH=250>
    <TABLE BORDER="1" WIDTH="250">
     <TR>
      <TD>
       This is in our first table!
      </TD>
     </TR>
    </TABLE>
   </TD>
   <TD WIDTH="250">
    <TABLE BORDER="1">
     <TR>
      <TD WIDTH="250">
       And this is in the second table!
      </TD>
     </TR>
    </TABLE>
   </TD>
  </TR>
</TABLE>


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