I am building a website for my department at work and I've run into some problems. I'm a bit rusty with HTML and CSS as I have not made a web page since around 2002 or 2003. On my first attempt I was lazy and used Microsoft FrontPage to build the site. It ended up looking great in IE but in Firefox it was all screwed up. A friend tried to help me with it and she said that it was easier to design for Firefox and fix anything that might look messed up in IE later. I ended up starting over and writing the code myself instead of using FrontPage. Now I have the opposite problem. My site looks great in Firefox (except for a few minor annoyances) and not so great in IE. I feel like I'm in better shape now though because if I can get some help I think that the things that are messed up in IE can be fixed easily. On this page the top border on the main table is missing when you view it in IE. I would also like to have a black border around the small blue table on the bottom. I've tried messing with the css and I always seem to get a border where I DON'T want one. (Oh, and ignore the ugly blue backgrounds on the small tables within the main table. They're just place holders! ) This other page has the same border problems that the first page has. Also, the blue rounded table gets shoved to the left of the page when you look at it in IE. I've asked some of my friends for help and they seem to think that I need to start over and ditch the tables completely. They think that I should use a CSS layout because its easier to make CSS layouts look the same in different browsers. I've tried everything that I know how to try and this is driving me nuts. If anyone can see anything that I haven't seen and can help me I would really appreciate it. Thank you in advance!