I don't even think you can use forms in this situation. Well, it might
be possible, though it'd be way too complicated. Perhaps you meant tables?
Anyway, what you're trying to accomplish here is commonly called a layout scheme,
i.e. you're tackling the presentation
of your Web-page. Lately, the recommended action is to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
whenever you're dealing with the presentation of your Website. It's almost standardized, straight-forward, and actually easier all-around.
Using frames has long been frowned upon, since it causes too many problems, both with visibility and Search Engine indexing. And using tables is complicated and its rendering may very well vary on different browsers. Your safest bid is to use CSS and the <div> tag.
If you hadn't heard of this method before, there's no need to worry. It doesn't take a lot to learn, and once you understand it, you'll find that it makes things so much easier. Here's a good introduction that would explain it all, step-by-step:http://www.devarticl...ayout-with-CSS/
Give this short tutorial a shot. And if, after reading it, you still have questions, feel welcome to post again. This simple method has been a life-saver for me for so long, and I'd love for others to benefit from it
Edited by TaMeR, 08 December 2006 - 08:13 PM.