I don't know how to phrase this but I am building my own website and I want to have a link to my pictures but I want them to look like a table 2 by 2 with 4 pics in all. I know how to link to pics and etc. but I cant get them to come together like a box do you get what im trying to say?

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  1. There may be some help for you in one of these if you're using HTML:

    And here's a place to try out what you've done to make sure you haven't forgotten something!

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  2. thank you but I have already learned from those sites its helping me but its not helping with this particular problem its kinda confusing. here's what I CAN do I have a link "Photos" click on that link and there is 1 pic there, but I want 4 boxed pics I hope that clears it up alittle. I know its tough to try and help b/c I cant even explain it right

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  3. You'll have to use a table.

    The HTML would look something like this:

    <Table width="75%" align="center" border="1">
    <td width="50%">
    <IMG SRC="locationofimage1.jpg">
    <td width="50%">
    <IMG SRC="locationofimage2.jpg">
    <td width="50%">
    <IMG SRC="locationofimage3.jpg">
    <td width="50%">
    <IMG SRC="locationofimage4.jpg">

    Hope that helps!

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