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    Can someone tell me why this is leaving big gaps in the the "table"???

    <p align="left">
    [WM-RECORD cols=3 width="399"][WM-IndexLabel field_009]
    </p>
    <p align="left"><img src="[WM-FIELD field_006 nolink]"><br>
    [WM-FIELD: field_009]</p>
    [/WM-IndexLabel] [/WM-RECORD]

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    Doug;

    Try taking out the <p> tags. You could replace them with a <br>. Something like this:

    [WM-RECORD cols=3 width="399"][WM-IndexLabel field_009]<br>
    <img src="[WM-FIELD field_006 nolink]"><br>
    [WM-FIELD: field_009]
    [/WM-IndexLabel] [/WM-RECORD]

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    THis is leaving empty <td> tags when there is no data because of the labelindex tab. Any suggestions??

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    Doug;

    Why is there no data? Is this a Category or SubCategory field with blanks in it? If so, I think that your options would be to:

    1) Fill in the data field. You could, for example, copy CATEGORY data to a SUBCATEGORY field. The duplication is not a problem.

    2) Sort your data so that the empty fields end up at the top or at the end of the data. You'd sitll get some blank cells, but it would not be visible.

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    After reading you post I decied to give my process a second look.

    I am using MS Access to clean up my feeds. I made a query that basically sorts the feed by 'field 9' then it is exported in to a .txt file for Webmerge. Everything is being exported properly here. There is only one empty record in field 9 and it is at the bottom of the set.

    Webmerge then tears through the entire feed.

    The [WM-IndexLabel] tag is set for 'field 9'. The tag seems to be working properly except for the spaces. BTW I dumped the <P> tags for <br> but that leads me to the questions fo aligning the <td> tags. How would I do that?? CSS probably.

    The table that is created has this in the tag <table width="tTableWdth"> Is that correct??

    Finally I am trying to get this setup to eventually get to the three tiered indexing pages.

    Thanks for your help

    Doug

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    Doug;

    <table width="tTableWdth"> is definitely not correct. Try removing the quotation marks from around the 399. I didn't notice that they were there. That may the the source of your problem.

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    That didn't work. I use Dreamweaver for Development, is there a section in the preferences that can be changed??

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    Ok...I decided to do some testing and this is what I found. I took out the IndexLabel tag and everything ran fine. Is there anything I can do with th IndexLabel tag??

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