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    Just a short one, if anyone knows: how can I place a layer in a table cell, and write in it in Netscape. <div id="id1"></div> doesn't work, and if I put style="position:absolute" Netscape will render the layer outside of the cell.

    Anyone knows the answer to this?? Or any link where I can red something about this??

    Thanks in advance.
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    if you don't have to worry about the cell moving in different screen resolutions/resizes, then go ahead and position it absolutely inside of the cell.
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    I think I found a different way, somewhat better. Netscape can use the <ilayer> tag which is positioned relative to its container. It can write to it, using the usual document.element_id.document syntax. Thanks for the answer...

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