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Going Tableless and having some issues! Please Halp!

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So I've been reading a lot about CSS and tableless web design and I really really want to master this. I'm working on a website and WOW everything seems way harder than it should be. Trying to figure out what my problem is..maybe I'm thinking about things the wrong way? See below for link, does that seem like a logical way to set up a tableless design?

 

My current issue. On the bottom footer..I'd like those images to Align to the BOTTOM of the div. WHY IS THAT SO HARD?! Ha or am I just looking at it the wrong way? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

 

http://s278616331.onlinehome.us/other%20sites/chadtest/

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If you add a margin-top to the CSS for your images, you can move them around - for example:

<img src="images/logofooter.jpg" style="float: left; margin-top: 100px;" alt="logo" height="88" width="307">

<img src="images/nari.jpg" alt="nari" height="156" width="163">

<img src="images/painting-decorating.jpg" style="float: right; margin-top: 35px;" alt="PADC" height="130" width="131

 

Over all, you use a lot of internal styling, which does not make for good use of CSS. Pretty much the only time inline styling makes sense is if that particular style will only be used one single time on your entire site on just that one spot. Everything else should be in your external stylesheet.

 

AND --- the alt tag is supposed to provide information of your image for those who cannot see it - your alt description does not meet that requirement.

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